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     31-6-5.   Jurisdiction of highway on which project approved or constructed. The jurisdiction and control of the highways upon which any secondary road projects may be approved or constructed, is and shall remain in the county or other political subdivision as it was, and to the extent it was at the time of the setting up of the project. However, the department may enter into a project agreement with the Federal Highway Administration, contract for construction of the project, and supervise, control, and oversee the construction of the project in accordance with their agreement with the Federal Highway Administration.

Source: SL 1939, ch 112, § 6; SL 1945, ch 116; SDC Supp 1960, § 28.0229; SL 1984, ch 207, § 5; SL 2010, ch 145, § 44.

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