2018 Idaho Statutes
Section 40-106 - DEFINITIONS — E.

Universal Citation: ID Code § 40-106 (2018)
40-106. DEFINITIONS — E.
(1) "Erect" means to construct, build, raise, assemble, place, affix, create, paint, draw or in any other way bring into being or establish, but does not include any of the foregoing activities when performed incident to the change of an advertising message or customary maintenance of a sign. With respect to certain easements held by the state restricting the erection of structures on certain lands, the state of Idaho and the department shall be deemed to have waived such restrictions with regard only to each sign erected prior to October 22, 1965.
(2) "Expenditure" means the awarding of a contract, franchise or authority to another by a district, and every manner and means whereby the highway district disburses district funds or obligates itself to disburse district funds. "Expenditure" does not include disbursement of district funds to regularly employed highway district employees, officials or agents, or for the performance of personal services to the district, or for the acquisition of personal property through a contract that has been competitively bid by the state of Idaho, one of its subdivisions, or an agency of the federal government.
(3) "Expense of the public" means the expenditure of funds for roadway maintenance by any governmental agency, including funds expended by any agency of the federal government, so long as the agency allows public access over the roadway on which the funds were expended and such roadway is not located on federal or state-owned land.

[40-106, added 1985, ch. 253, sec. 2, p. 589; am. 1993, ch. 412, sec. 1, p. 1505; am. 2003, ch. 67, sec. 1, p. 226.]

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