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Can I stop utility contractors from working in my yard?

Utility companies try to limit damage to encroaching items during construction, but they are not required to replace, pay damages for or reinstall an item that impedes construction. Encroachment into an easement or right of way, even if approved, is at your risk.

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1. Who is responsible for maintenance in the right-of-way and easement areas?
2. Can I build things in the public right-of-way or easement?
3. Can I stop utility contractors from working in my yard?
4. When is a Right-of-Way permit required?
5. How do I handle trees in the easement that are in the power lines?
6. How do I find my property boundary measurements?
7. How is tree pruning handled in alleys/easements?
8. Can I sweep grass clippings and leaves into the street or gutter?
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