Sec. 23B.11. Same--Other exceptions.

This article and any resolution adopted pursuant to 23B.8 shall, unless otherwise provided in such resolution, not apply to the following types of facilities:
(a) Any municipal facilities or equipment installed under supervision and to the satisfaction of the city engineer.
(b) Poles, or electroliers used exclusively for street lighting.
(c) Overhead wires (exclusive of supporting structures) crossing any portion of a district within which overhead wires have been prohibited, or connecting to buildings on the perimeter of a district, when such wires originate in an area from which poles, overhead wires and associated overhead structures are not prohibited.
(d) Poles, overhead wires, and associated overhead structures used for the transmission of electric energy at nominal voltages in excess of thirty-four thousand five hundred volts.
(e) Overhead wires attached to the exterior surface of a building by means of a bracket or other fixture and extending from one location on the building to another location on the same building or to an adjacent building without crossing or overhanging any public right of way.
(f) Antennae, associated equipment and supporting structures, used by a utility for furnishing communication services.
(g) Equipment appurtenant to underground facilities, such as surface mounted transformers, pedestal mounted terminal boxes and meter cabinets, and concealed ducts.
(h) Temporary poles, overhead wires and associated overhead structures used or to be used in conjunction with construction projects. (Ord. No. 742, § 6.)