1. The Laws of New York
  2. Consolidated Laws
  3. Parks, recreation and historic preservation
  4. Title C: Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation
  5. Article 13: General Provisions


Section 13.06 Consents to public utilities; licenses and easements

Parks, recreation and historic preservation (PAR)

Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no railroad, bus line, telephone or telegraph company, gas, power or light company, pipe line company or other public utility shall have the right to pass over, through or under any property acquired by the office or other state agency for park, recreational or historic preservation purposes, except by written consent, in the form of a license or easement, granted by the commissioner, or such state agency, and then only under such regulations and restrictions as the commissioner or such state agency shall deem proper. The commissioner or other state agency shall have the right to grant to any person or the federal government a license or an easement for any public purpose or to construct or maintain sewers, water, petroleum products, gas lines and electric transmission facilities within, under or across such property, upon such terms and conditions and under such regulations and restrictions as the commissioner or such state agency shall deem just and proper.