2013 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 33 - PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
CHAPTER 19 - JUNKYARD CONTROL
33-19-106. Screening; relocation or removal of junkyards; condemnation proceedings.


WY Stat § 33-19-106 (2013) What's This?

33-19-106. Screening; relocation or removal of junkyards; condemnation proceedings.

(a) If considered feasible by the commission, any junkyard in existence on the effective date of this act which is located within one thousand (1,000) feet of the nearest edge of the right-of-way of the interstate or primary systems and is visible from the main traveled way of the interstate or primary systems shall be screened by the commission. The screening shall be at locations on the right-of-way or in areas outside the right-of-way acquired for the purpose, so that the junkyard is not visible from the main traveled way of the interstate or primary systems.

(b) When the commission determines that the topography of the land adjoining the interstate or primary systems will not permit adequate screening of such junkyards, or that the screening would not be economically feasible, the commission may require the relocation, removal or disposal of the junk and junkyard by negotiation or condemnation. When the commission determines that it is in the best interests of the state, it may acquire such land or interest in land as necessary to provide adequate screening of the junkyards.

(c) Damages resulting from any taking of property in eminent domain shall include, but not be limited to acquisition costs, leasehold value and moving costs.

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