A WCF (Category 1, Category 2, or Category 3) or a component of that WCF that ceases to be in use for more than 90 days shall be considered abandoned and shall be removed by the applicant, wireless communications service provider, or property owner within 180 days of the cessation of the use of the WCF. This presumption may be rebutted by a showing that such WCF is an auxiliary back-up or emergency utility or device not subject to regular use or that the WCF is otherwise not abandoned. If the WCF is not removed within the prescribed time period and within 90 days written notice from the City, the City may remove the WCF at the owner of the property’s expense or at the owner of the WCF’s expense, including all costs and attorney’s fees. If there are two or more wireless communications providers collocated on a single support structure, this provision shall not become effective until all providers cease using the WCF for a continuous period of 180 days.
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