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12-636.Same; resolution; engineer's estimate and report. Before making the improvements mentioned in K.S.A. 12-635, and amendments thereto, the governing body of the city, by resolution duly passed, shall declare it necessary for the public good and convenience that the property described in the resolution be protected from the overflow of the watercourse and shall require a competent engineer to make a survey thereof and file the same with the city clerk of the city with maps and profiles of the survey and a full and complete plan of protecting the property from the overflow or damage by water of the watercourse and also the physical characteristics and location of any right-of-way, roadbed, bridge or bridges, streets and alleys and other property liable to be injured or damaged by the overflow of the watercourse. The engineer shall also make an estimate of the cost of the entire work and improvement required to protect the property, showing the several items of the same. The engineer shall inspect and examine all lots and buildings thereon, rights-of-way, roadbeds, bridges, culverts, depot grounds, grades, streets, and all railroads, telephone and telegraph and other property liable to be injured or damaged by the overflow of the watercourse. The engineer shall file a report, in duplicate, with the city clerk. Upon the approval of engineer's report by the governing body of the city, the city clerk of the city shall immediately cause one copy of the engineer's report to be filed with the chief engineer of the division of water resources of the Kansas department of agriculture.

History: L. 1917, ch. 87, § 2; R.S. 1923, § 12-636; L. 1995, ch. 116, § 1; L. 2004, ch. 101, § 61; July 1.



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