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179.280 Procedure for assessing cost when engineer removes obstructions -- Collection and disposition of charges. Before assessing the costs of removing obstructions or resetting poles and wires as <br>provided in KRS 179.240 to 179.270, the county engineer shall serve personally, or by <br>mail, upon the owner or occupant, a written notice, stating that at the time and place <br>specified therein, he or his agent will assess the costs against the owner or occupant <br>neglecting to remove the obstruction or reset the poles and wires. The notice shall be <br>served at least ten (10) days before the time of the assessment. If directed against a <br>corporation, it may be served upon it at its principal place of business or upon any agent <br>within the district or county. At the time and place specified the road engineer shall hear <br>the parties interested and shall thereupon complete the assessment, stating therein the <br>name of the owner or occupant and the amount assessed against him. The county engineer <br>shall return the assessment to the fiscal court of the county and the court shall cause the <br>amount to be levied against the owner or occupant, and any uncollected assessment shall <br>be a lien upon the property affected. The amount levied shall be collected as other taxes <br>levied by the court, and shall be paid into the county road fund to be applied to <br>reimbursing the fund from which the cost was defrayed. Effective: October 1, 1942 <br>History: Recodified 1942 Ky. Acts ch. 208, sec. 1, effective October 1, 1942, from Ky. Stat. sec. 4342.

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179.280 Procedure for assessing cost when engineer removes obstructions -- Collection and disposition of charges. Before assessing the costs of removing obstructions or resetting poles and wires as <br>provided in KRS 179.240 to 179.270, the county engineer shall serve personally, or by <br>mail, upon the owner or occupant, a written notice, stating that at the time and place <br>specified therein, he or his agent will assess the costs against the owner or occupant <br>neglecting to remove the obstruction or reset the poles and wires. The notice shall be <br>served at least ten (10) days before the time of the assessment. If directed against a <br>corporation, it may be served upon it at its principal place of business or upon any agent <br>within the district or county. At the time and place specified the road engineer shall hear <br>the parties interested and shall thereupon complete the assessment, stating therein the <br>name of the owner or occupant and the amount assessed against him. The county engineer <br>shall return the assessment to the fiscal court of the county and the court shall cause the <br>amount to be levied against the owner or occupant, and any uncollected assessment shall <br>be a lien upon the property affected. The amount levied shall be collected as other taxes <br>levied by the court, and shall be paid into the county road fund to be applied to <br>reimbursing the fund from which the cost was defrayed. Effective: October 1, 1942 <br>History: Recodified 1942 Ky. Acts ch. 208, sec. 1, effective October 1, 1942, from Ky. Stat. sec. 4342.

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Statutes > Kentucky > 179-00 > 280

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179.280 Procedure for assessing cost when engineer removes obstructions -- Collection and disposition of charges. Before assessing the costs of removing obstructions or resetting poles and wires as <br>provided in KRS 179.240 to 179.270, the county engineer shall serve personally, or by <br>mail, upon the owner or occupant, a written notice, stating that at the time and place <br>specified therein, he or his agent will assess the costs against the owner or occupant <br>neglecting to remove the obstruction or reset the poles and wires. The notice shall be <br>served at least ten (10) days before the time of the assessment. If directed against a <br>corporation, it may be served upon it at its principal place of business or upon any agent <br>within the district or county. At the time and place specified the road engineer shall hear <br>the parties interested and shall thereupon complete the assessment, stating therein the <br>name of the owner or occupant and the amount assessed against him. The county engineer <br>shall return the assessment to the fiscal court of the county and the court shall cause the <br>amount to be levied against the owner or occupant, and any uncollected assessment shall <br>be a lien upon the property affected. The amount levied shall be collected as other taxes <br>levied by the court, and shall be paid into the county road fund to be applied to <br>reimbursing the fund from which the cost was defrayed. Effective: October 1, 1942 <br>History: Recodified 1942 Ky. Acts ch. 208, sec. 1, effective October 1, 1942, from Ky. Stat. sec. 4342.

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