St. Charles County, MO
 
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[Ord. No. 04-162 §5, 10-13-2004]
A. 
The County shall not grant any easement, nor allow the use of any County owned easement or right-of-way, for the laying of a high pressure pipeline unless such easement is a minimum of fifty (50) feet in width.
B. 
The County shall not grant any easement, nor allow the use of any County owned easement or right-of-way, for the laying of a high pressure pipeline unless such pipeline is buried a minimum of four feet (forty-eight (48) inches) below grade.
[Ord. No. 04-162 §6, 10-13-2004; Ord. No. 05-027 §6, 3-1-2005]
A. 
Beginning no later than January 1, 2005, each operator of a high pressure pipeline in St. Charles County shall submit copies of any accident reports and supplemental reports (if any) relating to high pressure pipelines located in St. Charles County to the Director of the Division of Emergency Management or such other person as shall be designated by the County Executive at the same time such reports are submitted to the United States Department of Transportation.
B. 
Beginning no later than January 1, 2005, each operator of a high pressure pipeline in St. Charles County shall give telephonic notice as soon as practicable to the St. Charles County Director of Emergency Management or such other person as shall be designated by the County Executive with respect to any pipeline accidents relating to high pressure pipelines within St. Charles County that must be reported to the United States Department of Transportation under Section 195.52 of the United States Code of Federal Regulations.
C. 
If the United States Department of Transportation investigates an accident relating to high pressure pipelines located in St. Charles County, the operator involved shall submit copies of any documents submitted to the Department relating to high pressure pipelines located in St. Charles County to the Director of the Division of Emergency Management or such other person as shall be designated by the County Executive at the same time such reports are submitted to the United States Department of Transportation.