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  229.240.  Application for permit. — 1.  All applications for permits to move houses, buildings or other structures upon, across or over any public highway outside of the limits of any city of the first, second or third class, or any city existing under a scheme and charter or a special charter in this state, shall be made to the county clerk of the county in which the property is situated, and shall state the location of the house, building or other structure to be moved, its greatest length, width and height, and shall state definitely the route over which it is to be moved, and whether or not it will be necessary to cut, remove, raise or in any way interfere with any electric transmission lines or electric wires, or the feed or trolley wires of any interurban railroad, or move any pole bearing any such wires, or whether it will be necessary to cross the tracks of any steam or interurban railroad; and if it shall be necessary to cut, remove, raise or in any way interfere with any such wires, the application shall state the names of the owners of such wires, the time and place when and where the removal of said poles, or the cutting, raising or otherwise interfering with the said wires will be necessary, or the crossing of said steam or interurban tracks, and the proposed new location thereof.

  2.  The county surveyor, or highway engineer, or the county commission, as the case may be, shall have authority to require any changes in such route which he or they shall deem proper under the attendant circumstances.


(RSMo 1939 § 8600)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 7951; 1919 § 10738

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