§ 23-19-34.1. Removal of houses Buffer zone.
(a) The corporation shall oversee the removal of all houses and structures which are acquired per § 23-19-34. These houses and structures may be sold, but only through a public auction process. In any event, the person or persons in whom the title of any house or structure was vested at the time it was acquired by the corporation shall not have a conclusive right to reacquire the property. Further, the cost of removing these houses and structures acquired through the public auction process shall be borne by the purchaser.
(b) As a condition of purchase at the public auction, any house or structure so removed, must be moved to a location or piece of land which is more than two thousand feet (2000') from the perimeter of the entire operational portion of the central landfill and no portion of the location or piece of land shall be encroached upon to any degree by the two thousand foot (2000') mark.
(c) All land acquired per § 23-19-34 which is within one thousand feet (1000') of the entire operational portion of the central landfill shall be designated as a buffer zone.
(d) The corporation shall have the right to sell all land acquired per § 23-19-34, provided the land is sold solely for industrial/business uses and in conformance with § 23-19-35.1(c). In addition, a covenant shall be placed in the deed of any land so sold notifying the purchaser of the presence of the central landfill and protecting the corporation from any legal action by the purchaser with respect to the environmental impact of it.
(e) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, the corporation may utilize any property acquired pursuant to this section and §§ 23-19-34 and 23-19-35 for the development of an industrial/business park pursuant to § 23-19-35.1(c) and this development of an industrial/business park is deemed to constitute the establishment of a buffer zone as prescribed in § 23-19-34.
(P.L. 1989, ch. 277, § 2; P.L. 2001, ch. 316, § 1.)