The board of supervisors may construct, install and maintain cattle guards on or adjacent
to the county highways. The cost of constructing, installing, and maintaining such cattle guards may be
paid from the general county fund.
The board of supervisors may, under such restrictions, plans and specifications as
it may deem proper, permit any property owner to construct, install or maintain at
his own expense, cattle guards on or adjacent to any county highway. The construction and maintenance of such cattle guards shall be under the direction
and supervision of the board of supervisors, and they may require such bond as they
deem proper as a condition of the granting of permission to erect such cattle guard.
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