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The state of Kansas is hereby authorized to lease a tract of land to the city of Osawatomie consisting of twenty-two (22) acres, more or less, which land is located in said city in Miami county, Kansas, and which is officially known and designated as the John Brown memorial park under the provisions of K.S.A. 76-2001: Provided, There shall be excepted from said lease that portion of said tract of land upon which is located the museum, commonly known as John Brown's cabin, and also that portion upon which is located the caretaker's cottage (as long as such cottage remains on said land), which the state of Kansas shall continue to operate and maintain.
Such lease shall be signed by the governor of the state of Kansas, attested by the secretary of state, and signed by the governing body of said city or its authorized representative. The lease shall be for a period of ninety-nine (99) years and shall be entered into upon such terms and conditions as the governor and the governing body of such city shall agree to, consistent with the provisions of this act, and such lease shall require that the real estate so leased shall be maintained and operated by said city as the John Brown memorial park at no cost to the state except as specified in K.S.A. 76-2002b.
(a) The service may sue in the name of the director to enjoin a violation of this chapter.
(b) The service may request a prosecuting attorney or the attorney general to sue to enjoin a violation or threatened violation of this chapter.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Kansas Statutes Chapter 76. State Institutions and Agencies; Historical Property § 76-2002a. John Brown memorial park; lease - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ks/chapter-76-state-institutions-and-agencies-historical-property/ks-st-sect-76-2002a/
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