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(a) The following outdoor advertising is deemed unlawful:
(i) When erected after the effective date of this act contrary to the provisions of this act [§§ 24-10-101 to 24-10-115]; or
(ii) When a permit is not obtained as prescribed in this act; or
(iii) When a permittee fails to comply with a notice of violation as provided in W.S. 24-10-108.
(b) The commission shall give notice in writing, either by certified mail or by personal service, to the owner or occupant of the land on which such advertising is located and the owner of the advertising structure, if the latter is known, or if unknown, by posting notice in a conspicuous place on said structure of its intention to remove the advertising deemed unlawful. Within fifteen (15) days after notice, the owner of the land or the structure may make written request for a hearing. The commission shall set a date for a hearing thirty (30) days after notice thereof is received. The hearing shall be conducted pursuant to the Wyoming Administrative Procedure Act governing contested cases. The commission shall keep a full and complete record of such hearing, make and enter its findings, conclusions and decisions in the matter and mail copies thereof by certified mail to the owner of the land and the structure.
(c) If a hearing before the commission is not requested, or if there is no appeal taken from the commission's decision at such hearing, or if the commission's decision is affirmed on appeal, the commission shall immediately remove the offending outdoor advertising at its own expense.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Wyoming Statutes Title 24. Highways § 24-10-109. What outdoor advertising deemed unlawful; procedure for removal - last updated December 01, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wy/title-24-highways/wy-st-sect-24-10-109/
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