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28-7046 - Opening, altering or vacating highway; review of order
28-7046. Opening, altering or vacating highway; review of order
A. If the director or the board desires to establish, open, relocate, alter, vacate or abandon a state highway or a portion of a state highway, the director shall make and deliver a written report to the board describing the highway or portion of the highway to be affected. If the board decides that the public convenience will be served, it shall enter a resolution on its minutes approving the proposed action and authorizing the director to proceed and to acquire any property for the action by condemnation or otherwise.
B. The superior court may review by certiorari the action of the board establishing, opening, relocating, altering, vacating or abandoning state highways.