601 E. Seminole Ave.
PO Box 115
Bushnell, FL 33513
Monday – Friday 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
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PART II. ELECTRIC SERVICE
DIVISION 1. IN GENERAL
Sec. 27-26. New or modified service installations.
a) A standard administrative charge of fifty dollars ($50.00), and a customized invoice unique to each customer’s location for the in field charges will be made for initial service at a new service location where a temporary service is initially provided for construction or other purpose. An additional service charge of fifty dollars ($50.00) will be made at such time that the service is changed from temporary to permanent. (See Sec. 27-2 (b)). (Updated 2019-13_July 2019)
In addition, to the extent that the city is required to extend or modify its facilities to provide service, the customer shall be required to pay all construction costs associated with extending or modifying the electric distribution facilities in accordance with the following provisions:
(1) Construction costs for new residential services requiring extensions exceeding one pole span (or equivalent underground length) shall be charged back to the customer.
(2) All construction costs to modify residential service shall be charged back to the customer.
(3) All construction costs for new commercial services shall be charged back to the customer.
(4) All construction costs to bring service to, and within, a new development or subdivision shall be charged back to the developer. This includes all distribution system extension costs excluding individual residential service connections.
(5) Construction costs eligible for charge back include; labor, equipment use, permits, materials, and overhead cost not to exceed 10% of all other costs combined.
(6) Only construction costs directly related to providing service to a customer shall be charged back to that customer. When transformers are installed that are shared between customers, the construction cost charged to the customer must be prorated according to usage.
The City Council reserves the right to waive any of the charges covered in this section when it is deemed to be in the best interest of the health, safety, and welfare of the public.
b) A separate electric meter shall be required to be installed for each residential or commercial unit, whether that unit will be a dwelling house, mobile home apartment or any unit of a multiunit building. This requirement shall not apply to overnight rentals located in registered mobile home parks.