Public Notice Guide: Public Buildings and Property

Payment of premiums
10-7-100

The State and Budget Control board has the power to cancel all policies of insurance affecting properties only after publishing a notice of termination in a newspaper with regular circulation where the insurer is located.

Section
Notice
Where
When
10-7-100
A notice of termination of insurance on any public building or property
A newspaper with a regular circulation in the county where the insured is located
Prior to the termination of the insurance coverage. A notice of cancellation must be mailed 30 days prior to termination.

Exact wording:

“The premium on all policies of insurance issued by the State Budget and Control Board shall be paid by the officer, official or trustee having the property insured under his care and custody upon demand of the board. If an agency or political subdivision fails to pay any required premium within sixty days from the date the premium is invoiced, the

State Budget and Control Board may cancel the policy for nonpayment of premium by mailing a notice of cancellation giving not less than thirty days’ notice of the cancellation to the delinquent agency or political subdivision. Prior to the termination of the insurance coverage, notice of the impending termination also must be published in a newspaper of regular circulation in the county where the insured’s headquarters is located. …”

Board may issue leases or licenses; notice of applications
10-9-130

The Board in this section may issue leases or licenses to those that apply for a general right to dig. Before this can be done a notice of application must be published once a week for three continuous weeks in a newspaper having general circulation in the county.

Section
Notice
Where
When
10-9-130
A notice of application for a lease or license to dig
A newspaper of general circulation in the county
Once a week for three continuous weeks

Exact wording:

“…Provided, that prior to the grant or issuance of any lease or license, the Board shall cause to be published a notice of such application in a newspaper having general circulation in the county once a week for three consecutive weeks prior to the grant or issuance.”

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