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  226.952.  Approved location of highway corridor, certified copy of corridor map filed where — requirements prior to filing. — 1.  Whenever the commission has approved the location of the highway corridor of a new or relocated state highway it may file a certified copy of a corridor map with each regulatory authority having jurisdiction over any portion of the property contained within the highway corridor, and with the recorder of deeds in every county in which a portion of the highway corridor is located.

  2.  The commission shall not file or record a corridor map in any county or city without first advertising and conducting a public hearing to learn of any objections that the residents and any appropriate regulatory authorities may have to the proposed location of the highway corridor.  The commission shall consult with all regulatory authorities having jurisdiction over the property contained within the proposed highway corridor regarding the appropriate location of such highway corridor.  In areas within the boundaries of a metropolitan planning organization, as designated under 23 U.S.C. 134, the location of a proposed highway corridor shall be selected by the commission in cooperation with the metropolitan planning organization for the area.  At least thirty days prior to holding this hearing, the commission shall send a notice of the hearing by certified mail, addressed to the owner of record of each parcel crossed by or within the highway corridor, at the address shown for such owner on the county tax records.


(L. 1995 S.B. 212 § 226.952 subsecs. 1, 2)

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