Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 61
PUBLIC UTILITY REGULATION
CHAPTER 17
SITING OF CERTAIN ELECTRICAL TRANSMISSION FACILITIES
61-1709.  Commission procedures — Administrative remedy — Reconsideration — Judicial review. (1) All matters arising under this chapter shall be governed by the commission’s rules of procedure.
(2)  The commission’s proceeding to review an application for a route certificate for the construction of transmission facilities in a designated national interest electric transmission corridor shall constitute a necessary administrative remedy for a person aggrieved by a local government’s final land use action on a transmitting utility’s application to construct transmission facilities in a designated national interest electric transmission corridor. Judicial review shall not be available from a local government’s final land use decision concerning a transmitting utility’s application to construct transmission facilities in a national interest electric transmission corridor. A person aggrieved by a local government’s final land use action involving the construction of a proposed transmission facility route in a national interest electric transmission corridor must participate in the commission’s proceeding and seek judicial review of the commission’s final order.
(3)  Reconsideration of, appeal from, and stay of orders issued pursuant to this chapter shall be governed by law as for orders of the commission in other matters.

History:
[61-1709, added 2007, ch. 186, sec. 1, p. 543.]


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