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Chapter 263

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  263.454.  Declaration as noxious weed control area, notice, duties of property owners — county weed control board, appointment, members, duties, compensation, terms. — 1.  The state director of agriculture shall within thirty days after receipt of the notice from the clerk of the county commission as provided in subsection 2 of section 263.452 declare such county a "Noxious Weed Control Area" and the county commission shall cause suitable notice to be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the county for three consecutive weeks.  The notice shall contain the fact that the county has been declared a noxious weed control area, a list of all noxious weeds and a statement that all property owners in the county shall, not later than the April thirtieth immediately following the publication of the notice, take steps toward controlling noxious weeds on all lands owned by them or under their control.

  2.  The county commission of any county declared a noxious weed control area shall, within ten days after such declaration, appoint a county weed control board, composed of three citizens of the county, to serve as advisors and to assist in the administration of sections 263.450 to 263.474, and to perform such other duties related to the control of noxious weeds as prescribed by the county commission.  Members of the board shall receive no salary but shall be fairly reimbursed by the county commission for actual and necessary expenses incurred in performance of their duties.  Appointments to the county weed control board shall be for terms of three years, except that of the initial appointments, one person shall be appointed for one year, one person shall be appointed for two years and one person shall be appointed for three years.  Each year thereafter, one person shall be appointed to fill the expired term.


(L. 1992 H.B. 1199 § 3)

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