Upon the complaint and application of the mayor or council of any city or town or
the board of supervisors or other governing body of any county within which any part
of any public service company is located, it shall be the duty of the Commission to
make an examination of the physical condition and operation thereof. Before proceeding to make such examination in accordance with such application,
the Commission shall give to the applicants and the corporation or person operating
any such line reasonable notice in writing of the time and place of entering upon
the same. If upon such examination it shall appear to the Commission that the complaint alleged
by the applicant is well founded, it shall so adjudge and shall notify such corporation
or person of its adjudication; and, if such corporation or person fails for sixty
days after such notification to remove the cause of complaint, the Commission shall
impose the fines and penalties provided by law for its failure to obey the orders
and requirements of the Commission and enforce the collection thereof by its judgments
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