Missouri Revised Statutes

Chapter 49
County Commissions and County Buildings

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Rsmo Number Section Description
Chapter Cross Reference
Agreements between counties, powers of county commissions, 70.210 to 70.260
Airports, county commissions may acquire and operate, 305.180 to 305.230
Assessment, county commissions may prescribe forms and system, when, 137.395
Assessment, erroneous, duties of county commissions, 139.290
Automobiles for sheriffs and deputy sheriffs in first class counties, county commissions may provide, 57.320
Boards of equalization, county commissioners members of, 138.010 to 138.080
Bridge over stream between counties, intercounty agreements, 234.080
Bridges built and maintained by county, commission to determine, when, 234.010
Budget estimates, county commission to revise and amend, when, 50.740
Building permits in certain counties to be issued on order of county commission, 64.170
Building permits, powers, class two counties of the second classification, 137.177
Buildings and residences, ordinance may be enacted to require conspicuous posting of address for emergency location, 67.318
Consolidation of cities, county commission to order election, when, 72.160, 72.210, 72.220
Construction, foreign corporation doing business with state or political subdivision, requirements, 8.657
Contracts with the United States, county commission may enter into, 70.100
Counties and cities not to adopt ordinances regulating rent in private or commercial property, exceptions, 441.043.
County employees' retirement system, 50.1000 to 50.1300
County seat, removal of, procedure, 47.030 to 47.160, 47.300
Delinquent tax lists, settlement of by county commission, 139.160 to 139.190
Department of health and welfare in counties of first classification, county commission may create, powers, 205.765 to 205.767
Drainage districts, powers of county commission, Ch. 243
Economic growth, promotion and development in county, commission's powers, 67.303
Election precincts, county commission may establish or alter, how, 115.113
Federal surplus property, counties may obtain, how, 70.110
Ferry license, county commission may grant, 237.020; revoke, 237.090
Highways and transportation commission, county commission to appoint, 230.020
Hospitals, township, county commission to appoint trustees, 205.470
Johnson grass, control and eradication, duties, 263.261
Levee districts, powers of county commission, Ch. 245
License fees, intoxicating liquor, county commission may fix, 311.220
Memorials, county commission authorized to erect, issue bonds, 184.260, 184.280
Mid-America Port Commission, counties of the third classification, county commissioners to elect two members, 68.120
Nursing homes, county commission may construct and equip, 205.375
Open meetings and records law, 610.010 to 610.028
Peddlers licenses, county commission may require, 150.500
Planning and zoning, powers and duties of county commission in second and third classification counties, 64.510 to 64.690
Poor to be supported by county, powers and duties of county commission, 205.580 to 205.760
Prevailing rate of wages required to be paid workmen on public works construction, 290.210 to 290.340
Prisoners, county commission may provide employment for, certain cities and counties, 221.170
Public administrators, commission's powers and duties, 473.737
Public entertainments, county commission authorized to tax, 316.010
Purchases, contracts, leases by all public agencies to be only for goods produced in the United States, exceptions, procedure, 34.350 to 34.359
Rabies, county commission may order quarantine, 322.050
Recreation grounds, county commission may acquire and maintain, second classification counties, 64.350, 64.360
Recreational areas and sanitary landfills, county commission in first classification counties may lease and grant concessions for certain purposes and prescribe regulations, 64.341, 64.345
Reward, county commission may offer, when, 544.150
Right-of-way through county lands for railroad, county commission may grant, 388.380
Road districts, county commission to establish, 231.010
Road overseers, county commission to appoint, when, 231.020
Scenic roads and highways system, state, application procedure to join by county or to be removed from system, 226.797
Sewer districts, powers of county commission, Ch. 249
Special road and bridge fund, county commission may levy tax for, 137.555
Streets and alleys in unincorporated towns, county commission to control, 231.340
Streets, how vacated by county commission, 71.250, 71.270
Tax ceiling may be increased by governing body of political subdivisions when values assessed are reduced, 137.072
United States field notes on survey of counties may be obtained and placed on file with county surveyor, 60.185, 60.360
   
COUNTY COMMISSION
49.010. County court to be known as county commission--membership of commission--two districts in each county.
49.020. Election--term of office--residence.
49.050. Commissioners to be commissioned by governor.
49.060. Vacancy, how certified--eligibility.
49.070. Quorum.
49.079. County commission to appoint sewer supervisor--compensation and duties, how fixed (certain second class counties).
49.082. Compensation of certain county commissioners, may be reduced, vote required--training program, attendance required, when, expenses, compensation.
49.093. County department officers to inspect and inventory personal property used by department--additional inventory inspected by county clerk--report to be filed and signed by clerk (counties of the third and fourth classification).
49.097. Additional duties of county commissioners (second class counties).
49.098. Additional duties of county commissioners (second, third and fourth class counties).
49.101. Vacancies, interim county officials appointed, when--expiration.
49.130. Passports, processing of applications, commission may provide service, when--fees.
49.140. County commissioners prohibited from doing certain things.
49.150. Penalty for violating section 49.140.
49.160. Who shall hold meetings when majority of commissioners are absent.
49.170. Terms of commission, when held.
49.180. Special terms.
49.190. Notice for special term.
49.200. Adjourned terms.
49.210. County commission may award process.
49.220. Proceeds before county commission may be transferred to circuit court, when.
49.225. Stenographic record.
49.230. Appeals.
49.260. Settlements with county treasurers and other officers.
49.264. County commission may grant easements to watershed subdistricts.
49.265. County commission may authorize closing of county offices, when, procedure (second, third and fourth class counties).
49.266. County commission by orders or ordinance may regulate use of county property, traffic, and parking--burn bans.
49.270. County commission to control county property--to audit demands against county.
49.272. County counselor may impose fine for certain violations of rules, regulations or ordinances, amount. (Boone, Cass, Jasper, Jefferson, Greene, and Buchanan counties.)
49.275. County commission may provide transportation for county officers and employees (first class counties).
49.276. County commission may provide law enforcement vehicles (third and fourth class counties).
49.278. Governing body may provide certain benefits for county employees, procedure.
49.280. Ex officio commissioner to sell county lands--deeds by.
49.285. County not to own real estate in other counties, exceptions--sheriff's sale--restrained by circuit court, when.
49.287. County may lease property--procedures (certain first class counties).
49.290. Lands sold by the county--procedure to obtain deed.
49.292. Rejection of transfer of real property by donation or dedication authorized, when--proof and acknowledgment required.
49.300. County commission may institute condemnation proceedings--power of circuit court.
   
COUNTY BUILDINGS
49.303. Disposition of garbage and refuse by constitutional charter county--plants, how financed.
49.305. Sites for courthouse, jail, may acquire--funds from which payment authorized.
49.310. County commission to erect and maintain courthouses, jails--issue bonds--certain counties authorized to maintain jails outside boundaries of county seat.
49.320. County commission may order buildings erected.
49.330. Superintendent, appointment, compensation.
49.370. Site for county building.
49.390. Circuit court to examine title.
49.400. County commission to pay for building site, when.
49.410. Plan of building to be submitted.
49.420. Advertisement for bids--may let at private contract, when.
49.430. Bond of contractor.
49.440. Superintendent to supervise work and report progress.
49.450. Payments to contractor, when made.
49.460. Order of payment, when made.
49.470. County commission may alter and repair county buildings, when.
49.480. Insurance of courthouses and jails--disposition of proceeds.
49.490. Damages recoverable for injuring county property.
49.500. County contracts to be inquired into on petition.
49.510. County to provide and equip offices.
   
ACQUISITION OF BUILDINGS THROUGH REVENUE BONDS (FIRST CLASS COUNTIES)
49.520. Acquisition, erection or expansion of county buildings authorized, when.
49.525. Issuance of bonds--ordinance required, contents.
49.530. Interest rate and maturity of bonds.
49.535. Bonds negotiable and tax free--method of sale--payable from revenue only.
49.540. Obligation of county for rent or charges, limits--right to use building.
49.545. Application of proceeds of bonds.
49.550. Lien on buildings and land--rights of bondholders.
49.555. Receiver on default in payment of bonds.
49.560. Revenues placed in special fund--use--rentals, rates and charges.
49.565. Surplus in fund, disposition of.
49.570. Additional bonds--refunding bonds.
49.575. Administration of buildings and income, obligation of bonds.
49.580. This method of acquisition additional, not exclusive.
   
FLOOD INSURANCE
49.600. National flood insurance program, adoption and rescission procedure--exemptions (certain second, third, fourth class counties).
49.605. Permits, authorized requirements for applicant.
49.610. Variances may be granted by county commission, when.
49.615. Judicial review of all final decisions, orders and actions, when.
   
COUNTY PROPERTY AND AFFAIRS
49.650. Certain county ordinances and resolutions authorized relating to county property and affairs--submission to voters--certain restrictions for counties of the third classification.

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