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430.05 COUNCIL MAY ABANDON; EFFECT ON AWARDS.
During proceedings for improvements under this chapter or within 90 days after the final
order of the court on the last appeal from those proceedings, the city council may set aside awards
and abandon proceedings concerning parcels if it thinks that is in the city's interest. The city
council may also rescind and annul a pedestrian mall ordinance adopted after being proposed
under section 430.011 within 90 days after the final order of the court on the last appeal from those
proceedings under section 430.03 or 430.031. If it does, any improvement begun in connection
with the ordinance is abandoned and any awards and assessments are set aside. Awards, if not set
aside, are a charge upon the city, for the payment of which the city pledges its faith and credit,
and the city is entitled to immediate possession. The city council may order awards that are not
set aside to be paid into the district court of the county for the use and benefit of those who are
entitled to them. The money paid into court must be paid out under order of the court upon
application of interested parties after notice required by the court.
History: (1556) 1911 c 185 s 4; 1963 c 504 s 13; 1987 c 229 art 9 s 1