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(1)?While passing a bicyclist on a roadway, a motorist shall leave a safe distance of not less than three (3) feet between his vehicle and the bicyclist and shall maintain such clearance until safely past the bicycle.
(2)?A motor vehicle operator may pass a bicycle traveling in the same direction in a nonpassing zone with the duty to execute the pass only when it is safe to do so.
(3)?The operator of a vehicle that passes a bicyclist proceeding in the same direction may not make a right turn at any intersection or into any highway or driveway unless the turn can be made with reasonable safety.
(a)?The hospital authority shall have the power to acquire and possess real or personal property and may dispose of real or personal property other than that owned by the county, as may be necessary for the performance of its functions. ?The hospital authority shall have the power to sue or be sued, to employ personnel, and to contract for services required to meet its obligations.
(b)?This section shall not be construed to authorize the hospital authority to contract for services that were performed by county civil service employees on June 30, 1999, unless the hospital authority determines that contracting for these services is either of the following:
(1)?Necessary to ensure the continued availability of certain health care services.
(2)?Necessary to meet the funding constraints presented by available financing.
(c)?If the hospital authority determines that contracting out for the services pursuant to subdivision (b) is necessary, the authority shall provide for full communication between the hospital authority and county civil services employees, pursuant to Section 3505 of the Government Code. ?The communications shall include, but not be limited to, the extent to which the decision to contract out for services could result in the termination or unemployment of county civil service employees.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 63. Motor Vehicles & Traffic Regulations § 63-3-1309. Passing - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-63-motor-vehicles-traffic-regulations/ms-code-sect-63-3-1309.html
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