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When the department determines that the topography of the land adjoining the highway or the road maintained by the state will not permit adequate screening of those junk yards lawfully in existence as provided in AS 19.27.030 or the screening of the junk yards would not be economically feasible, the department may acquire by gift, purchase, exchange, or condemnation, property interests necessary to secure the removal of the junk yards, and the department shall pay just compensation to the owner for the property. When the department determines that it is in the best interests of the state, it may acquire land, or interests in land necessary to provide adequate screening of junk yards.
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