Nebraska Revised Statute 70-1013

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70-1013. Electric generation facilities and transmission lines; application; hearing; waiver; appearances; objections; amendments.

Upon application being filed under section 70-1012, the board shall fix a time and place for hearing and shall give ten days' notice by mail to such power suppliers as it deems to be affected by the application. The hearing shall be held within sixty days unless for good cause shown the applicant requests in writing that such hearing not be scheduled until a later time, but in any event such hearing shall be held not more than one hundred twenty days after the filing of the application and the board shall give its decision within sixty days after the conclusion of the hearing. Any parties interested may appear, file objections, and offer evidence. The board may grant the application without notice or hearing, upon the filing of such waivers as it may require, if in its judgment the finding required by section 70-1014 or 70-1014.01 or subdivision (2)(a) of section 70-1014.02 can be made without a hearing. Such hearing shall be conducted as provided in section 70-1006. The board may allow amendments to the application, in the interests of justice.

Source

    Laws 1963, c. 397, § 13, p. 1265;
    Laws 1967, c. 425, § 1, p. 1301;
    Laws 2010, LB1048, § 4;
    Laws 2011, LB208, § 2;
    Laws 2013, LB340, § 1.

Annotations

The requirement that the hearing be held within thirty days unless a continuance has been requested by the applicant is directory, not mandatory. Omaha P. P. Dist. v. Nebraska P. P. Project, 196 Neb. 477, 243 N.W.2d 770 (1976).

This section provides for filing of application, notice, and hearing of matters authorized under preceding section. City of Auburn v. Eastern Nebraska Public Power Dist., 179 Neb. 439, 138 N.W.2d 629 (1965).