Section 11-23-7

Abolition of industrial park or removal of territory therefrom.

The county commission may abolish an industrial park or remove a portion of the territory from an industrial park if (1) the industries located therein request the abolishment of the industrial park or the removal of a portion of the territory from an industrial park; or (2) the property or a portion of the property within the industrial park ceases to be used for industrial park purposes. The county commission may abolish an industrial park or remove a portion of the territory from an industrial park only by resolution adopted after not less than one public hearing on the question. The resolution of a county commission to abolish an industrial park or remove a portion of the territory from an industrial park shall be effective 30 days after the resolution is adopted by the county commission; provided, that no resort to the courts is taken challenging such action prior to the expiration of such 30 days by a property owner within the area affected. If such action is taken by a property owner, the resolution of the county commission shall be effective only when a judgment adverse to the property owner has been rendered and is final, executory, and definitive. The results of any final action taken under this section which in any way alters the boundaries of the industrial park shall be filed with the clerk of probate court.

(Acts 1978, No. 604, p. 858, §7.)