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North Carolina Bulk Transmission Construction & Transportation Permits(6-NC)

A developer may need to obtain a Utility Encroachment from the North Carolina Department of Transportation to construct a transmission line on, under, over, or near a state highway. 19A N.C. Admin. Code 2b.0502(a) (1981).

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