Township of Denton, MI
Roscommon County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Board of the Township of Denton 5-2-2007. Amendments noted where applicable.]
The Township shall complete the uniform video franchise agreement by:
A. 
Including a 5% franchise fee in Section VI.A.ii.
B. 
Including a 0% of gross revenue fee in Section VIII.A.1.
C. 
Including a 0% of gross revenue fee in Section VIII.A.2.
D. 
Including a 0% of gross revenue fee in Section VIII.A.3.
With the terms of § A350-1 above added, the Township approves the completed uniform video franchise agreement submitted by CC Michigan, LLC, doing business as Charter Communications attached as Appendix 1 to Exhibit A of this resolution.
To formalize the adoption of the uniform video franchise agreement, the Township Board resolves to adopt the Ordinance to Approve, With Reservations, Charter Communications Uniform Video Service Franchise Agreement attached as Exhibit A to this resolution.
The Township's approval of the uniform video franchise agreement is not a waiver of or an acknowledgement that Act 480 of the Public Acts of 2006[1] meets the requirements of the Michigan Constitution, United States Constitution, or other federal or Michigan law. If it is later determined by a court of competent jurisdiction, the Michigan Public Service Commission, the Federal Communications Commission, or any other agency or tribunal with jurisdiction that Act 480 or any of its provisions are unconstitutional, unlawful or unenforceable, the Township reserves the right to take any action necessary, including but not limited to repealing this resolution and ordinance and reinstating any franchise in effect on January 1, 2007, to comply with any order, judgment or ruling involving Act 480 or any of its provisions.
[1]
Editor's Note: See MCLA § 484.3301 et seq.
The Township authorizes the Supervisor to sign the uniform video franchise agreement.
The Township Clerk is required to publish the ordinance as required by law and notify Charter Communications within 30 days of the date the application was filed.
All actions by the Township inconsistent with this resolution are hereby rescinded.