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Chapter 229

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  229.320.  County engineers to prescribe rules and regulations — bond. — 1.  The county highway engineer shall have authority to require any changes in the route, or to prescribe the time, method, and manner of such moving, or the use of such street, avenue, boulevard, road, alley, public easement, or highway, or any right-of-way or appurtenances thereto, and for good cause shown, when it is necessary to protect the right-of-way of, or, any such street, avenue, boulevard, road, alley, public easement, or highway, or the safety of the public, may refuse such application.

  2. The county highway engineer may require any and all such applicants to furnish and post such cash or bond as may be necessary for the protection of the public ways herein described, and appurtenances thereof, as he may deem proper under the circumstances.  It shall be a condition of such bond that the applicant will refill such excavation or restore, repair or replace any such street, avenue, boulevard, road, alley, public easement, or highway, or any part of the right-of-way thereof, disturbed or affected, so that the same will be in as good condition as before the same was used for such purpose, and will keep and maintain the portion thereof so affected in such condition for a period of six months from the completion of such work or use, and will save such county harmless from any cost or expense occasioned or required by such work or use, for such period of time.

  3.  In the event the business or occupation of the applicant is such that he is or may be required to make frequent applications for a special use permit, such applicant may be allowed to give a general bond to cover any and all such uses which may be made by such applicant during the fiscal year of the county.


(RSMo 1939 §§ 8649, 8650, A.L. 1945 p. 1489 § 8649)

Prior revision: 1929 §§ 8000, 8001

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