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Title XIV ROADS AND WATERWAYS

Chapter 226

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  226.280.  Definitions. — When used herein, unless the context otherwise requires, the term

  (1)  "Parkway" shall mean and include parkway areas of varying widths principally through rural areas with sightly, landscape, scenic, safety, and wayside development grants and easements, featuring a parkway road designed for passenger car traffic and specifically adapted to leisurely travel as a tourway for outdoor recreation and market-to-farm use by tourists, including service and recreational facilities and the preservation of scenic, historical, archaeological and scientific features;

  (2)  "Scenic, landscape, sightly or safety easement" shall mean a servitude devised to permit land to remain in private ownership for its normal agricultural, residential or other use consistent with parkway purposes determined by the secretary, and at the same time placing a control over the future use of the area to maintain its scenic, landscape, sightly or safety values for the parkway in this state;

  (3)  "Secretary" shall mean the Secretary of the Interior.

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(RSMo 1939 § 8796)


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