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     11-2-24.   Construction to be approved by planning commission when covered by comprehensive plan--County commissioners overruling commission's disapproval. If a board has adopted the comprehensive plan or any part thereof, no street, road, park, or other public way, ground, place, space, public building or structure, public utility, whether publicly or privately owned, if covered by the comprehensive plan or any adopted part thereof, may be constructed or authorized in the county or within its subdivision jurisdiction, until the location and extent thereof has been submitted to and approved by the planning commission. In case of disapproval, the commission shall communicate its reasons to the board. By majority vote of the board members elect, a board may overrule the disapproval.

Source: SL 1967, ch 20, § 5; SL 1975, ch 113, § 13; SL 1979, ch 92; SL 2000, ch 69, § 17.


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