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Before any zoning permit is issued affecting any land within 300 feet of the centerline of a proposed new highway or a highway for which changes are proposed as described in the certification to local officials by the Director of Transportation, or any land within a radius of 500 feet from the point of intersection of said centerline with any public road or highway, the Zoning Officer shall give notice, by registered mail, to the Director of Transportation that he or she shall not issue a zoning permit for 120 days from the date the notice is received by the Director of Transportation. If the Director of Transportation notifies the Zoning Officer that he or she shall proceed to acquire the land needed, then the Zoning Officer shall refuse to issue the zoning permit. If the Director of Transportation notifies the Zoning Officer that acquisition at this time is not in the public interest, or upon the expiration of the 120-day period, or any extension thereof agreed upon by the Director of Transportation and the property owner, the Zoning Officer shall, if the application is in conformance with all provisions of this chapter, issue the zoning permit.
(Ord. 420, passed 3-4-1981)