§ 198.

ABANDONMENT OF PROCEEDINGS – RENEWAL

Said Director, at any stage of the proceedings for any proposed work, prior to action by the Supervisors upon his recommendation that they order the same done, may by order abandon any or all proceedings theretofore had in relation to such proposed work; and said Director may commence said proceedings anew and continue the same from any part of said proceedings not so abandoned. If said Director abandons any or all proceedings after his making an order of recommendation and before action thereon by the Supervisors, he shall cause notice of such fact forthwith to be transmitted to the Supervisors, and the Supervisors shall take no action upon the recommendation in such case.

If the Supervisors pass an ordinance ordering any proposed work pursuant to this Article, they may upon recommendation of said Director repeal such ordinance ordering work.

Said Director, from time to time after he has abandoned any proceedings for any proposed work pursuant to this Article, may institute and continue proceedings hereunder for the work theretofore proposed and abandoned, or for such work or modified work as he may determine the public interest or convenience requires, all in accordance with the procedure prescribed in this Article.

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