New York Consolidated Laws, Transportation Corporations Law - TCP § 87. Construction through villages and cities




No pipe line shall be constructed into or through any incorporated village or city in this state, unless authorized by a resolution prescribing the route, manner of construction and terms upon which granted, adopted at a regular meeting of the board of trustees of the village or the legislative body of the city by a two-thirds vote thereof, but such resolution shall not affect any private right.  No pavement shall be removed in any city under the provisions of this article, except as directed by the legislative body, nor until the corporation seeking to remove the same shall give a bond in such sum as the legislative body may require for relaying of any pavements removed.  In case any pavement shall have been removed and not properly relaid, the city may sue such corporation, for the cost of relaying such pavement.





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