The district when formed shall be known as Rural Road Improvement District No.․․․․ of ․․․․ County. The district shall not include any lands located within a village or city. The board shall proceed as expeditiously as possible to make detailed plans for the
improvement and improve the roads as generally outlined in the resolution, but may
make such changes in the general plan of improvement found necessary to make the improvement
more adequate. The improvement may include culverts, bridges and other drainage work and the county
may construct fences along the right-of-way or contract with the adjoining owners
to move any existing fences or construct new fences. The county may obtain any property necessary for the improvement by gift, purchase
or by eminent domain. The county may accept gifts or contributions to assist in the costs of the improvement
and may contract with the state or federal government for assistance in making said
improvement and defraying the cost thereof. The county may contract for the entire improvement or any part thereof or may purchase
the materials and do part of the work with its own equipment and employees. If the work is done by contract, bids shall be taken and the contract let in the same
manner as letting other contracts for county work. The county may employ special engineers and special counsel to assist in the improvement
and their compensation shall be considered as a part of the cost of the improvement.
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