The secretary shall have power, with the approval of the Governor, to establish the
ultimate width and lines of any State highway for future construction before or after
the construction, reconstruction, or improvement of the same, not, however, exceeding
the maximum width fixed by law for public roads. The establishment of such ultimate width and lines for future construction shall
be by a plan, showing the center line of said highway and the established ultimate
width thereof for future construction, bearing the acknowledgment of the secretary. Such plan and acknowledgment shall be recorded in the office of the recorder of
deeds of the proper county, in a separate book kept for such purpose, which shall
be furnished to the recorder of deeds by the county commissioners at the expense of
the county. All costs of the recording shall be paid by the county.
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