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Chapter 234

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  234.080.  Bridge across stream uniting two counties, how paid for. — 1.  If a bridge be necessary over any watercourse which divides one county from another, the county commissions of such counties may unite in the building of said bridge and the expenses shall be borne by such counties in such proportion as may be agreed upon by the county commissions of said counties; provided, that the county commission of any other county of this state and the authorities of any municipal corporation, township, road district or other political subdivision of the state having jurisdiction of the construction and maintenance of public roads, which may deem the construction of such a bridge a benefit, may contribute to the cost of such bridge.

  2.  The plans and specifications for such bridge shall be prepared, the contract let and the construction of said bridge shall be supervised by the county highway engineers of the counties so uniting, or either of them, or otherwise, as the county commissions of said counties may agree.


(RSMo 1939 § 8539)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 7903; 1919 § 10691; 1909 § 10498

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