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Title XVI CONSERVATION, RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT

Chapter 251

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  251.230.  State office to assume certain functions formerly performed by division of commerce and industrial development. — 1.  All the duties and functions heretofore provided by law to be performed by the division of commerce and industrial development, relating to state, regional or local comprehensive planning shall hereafter be performed by the state office created herein.

  2.  The state office shall succeed to all property, documents, records, assets and obligations of the division of commerce and industrial development necessary to the above-mentioned duties and functions.

  3.  Insofar as practical and desirable, all pending matters before the division of commerce and industrial development, which come under the authority of sections 251.150 to 251.440, begun but not completed by that agency, shall be completed by the state office.

  4.  All unencumbered balances of the division of commerce and industrial development planning section, allocated for purposes which are the duties and functions of the office of state and regional planning and community development under the provisions of sections 251.150 to 251.440, are transferred to the state office as of August 4, 1966, and shall continue to be available for the purposes for which they were made.

  5.  Nothing in this transfer of functions and duties made herein shall affect the administration of the community betterment program of said division which shall retain all planning powers necessary to the administration of said program.

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(L. 1965 2d Ex. Sess. p. 908 § 33)


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