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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
- Chapter 60. Safety
- Section 670. Prohibition Against Placement of Equipment Near Electrical Power Lines and Conductors.
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AS 18.60.670. Prohibition Against Placement of Equipment Near Electrical Power Lines and Conductors.
A person individually or through an agent or employee may not
- (1) place any type of tool, equipment, machinery, or material that is capable of lateral, vertical, or swinging motion,
within 10 feet of a high voltage overhead electrical line or conductor;
- (2) store, operate, erect, maintain, move, or transport tools, machinery, equipment, supplies, materials, apparatus,
buildings, or other structures within 10 feet of a high voltage overhead electrical line or conductor.
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