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The 2022 Florida Statutes

Title XXVI
Chapter 335
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F.S. 335.15 Florida Statutes and Case Law
335.15 Detour roads.
(1) Whenever any road or structure on the State Highway System is repaired, reconstructed, relocated, or otherwise altered in such a manner as necessitates the closing of such road or structure to use by the public, the department shall provide a detour road to afford a safe means of travel around such road or structure so closed. The department may use any other existing road as a part of such detour road. However, the department shall give prior notice to the local governmental entity within which any such alternate road is located. The length of the detour route shall be as short as is practicable.
(2) Subsection (1) shall not be construed to prevent the department from adopting rules for one-way travel for a distance not in excess of 1 mile.
(3) This section is applicable in every case, whether the work provided for in subsection (1) is done by the department or at its direction or under its supervision.
(4)(a) This section does not apply if its application would be contrary to the regulations or requirements of any federal agency providing all or a part of the funds for any such work.
(b) This section does not apply in any case of emergency highway work caused by act of God or other sudden, unexpected event.
(5) Whenever a temporary detour is necessary to bypass a bridge on the State Highway System due to accident, unforeseen failure of equipment, or emergency traffic stoppage and the only available detour is over a toll facility, the department is authorized to pay to the appropriate authority the tolls that would normally have been collected.
(6) Whenever any road on the State Highway System is repaired, reconstructed, or otherwise altered in a manner that necessitates the closing of one or more traveling lanes of the road for a period of time exceeding 2 hours, the party performing such work shall give notice to the appropriate local law enforcement agency within whose jurisdiction such road is located prior to commencing work on the project. However, when the closing of one or more lanes is required because of emergency conditions, such notice shall be waived.
History.s. 39, ch. 29965, 1955; ss. 23, 35, ch. 69-106; s. 2, ch. 82-94; s. 55, ch. 84-309; s. 1, ch. 86-37; s. 35, ch. 91-221.

Statutes updated from Official Statutes on: August 29, 2022
F.S. 335.15 on Google Scholar

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Amendments to 335.15

Arrestable Offenses / Crimes under Fla. Stat. 335.15
Level: Degree
Misdemeanor/Felony: First/Second/Third

Current data shows no reason an arrest or criminal charge should have occurred directly under Florida Statute 335.15.

Civil Citations / Citable Offenses under S335.15
R or S next to points is Mandatory Revocation or Suspension

Current data shows no reason a civil citation or a suspension or revocation of license should have been issued under Florida Statute 335.15.

Annotations, Discussions, Cases:

  1. Ensign Yachts, Inc. v. Arrigoni

    CIVIL NO. 3:09-cv-209 (VLB) (D. Conn. Sep. 24, 2012)   Cited 5 times
    Here, Lloyds seeks $92,166.25 for 335.15 hours at $275 per partner hour, detailed in its Motion for Attorney's Fees [Dkts. 432, 433-1] and Supplemental Motion for Attorney's Fees [Dkt. 464].
    PAGE 8
  2. Martin Marietta Materials, Inc v. Dallas County

    675 N.W.2d 544 (Iowa 2004)   Cited 9 times
    On September 19, 2001, the Board of Supervisors amended the zoning ordinance to require that conditional uses be approved by the Board of Adjustment in accordance with sections 335.10 and 335.15(2). The amendment provided that applications that had been reviewed by the Planning and Zoning Commission and had received a positive recommendation from that body could be submitted directly to the Board of Adjustment for approval.
    PAGE 548
  3. Schwetz v. Minnerly

    220 Cal.App.3d 296 (Cal. Ct. App. 1990)   Cited 11 times
    However, the Schwetzes' argument misreads Liptak's holding and ignores the legislative objective in enacting section 335.15, subdivision (g). Liptak did not hold a developer could not be an improver, and the court did not exclude development as an improvement. The legislative objective in enacting section 335.15, subdivision (g), was to define the event giving rise to the cause of action, i.e., the substantial completion date of the work of improvement.
    PAGE 306
  4. Beginning with the defendants' argument first, we note that the statutory notice provision and the zoning ordinance on which they rely apply to zoning changes by the Board of Supervisors rather than the consideration of conditional use permits by the Board of Adjustment. The two are different. See Iowa Code §§ 335.6 (2005) ("The board of supervisors shall provide for the manner in which the regulations and restrictions and the boundaries of the districts shall be determined. . . ."); Boone County, Iowa Zoning Ordinance §§ 30(B)(3) ("[T]he Board of Supervisors shall hold a public hearing [upon a proposed zoning amendment], and notices thereof shall be published in accord with Iowa law."); Id. §§ 22 (Statement of Intent) (explaining that the conditional use permit process "provides for flexibility in identifying the special conditions" that may make permissible a certain land use otherwise inconsistent with a zoning district, without "making the Ordinance unreasonably complicated"); Boomhower v. Cerro Gordo County Bd. of Adjustment, 163 N.W.2d 75, 77 (Iowa 1968) ("Amendment of a zoning ordinance is a legislative function placed in the board of supervisors. The board of adjustment…
  5. Wardlaw v. Volume Millwork Inc.

    CIVIL ACTION NO. H-04-3526 (S.D. Tex. Feb. 2, 2006)
    As to the number of hours reasonably expended, Wardlaw's attorneys submit that they have collectively spent 335.15 (108.65 by Shellist; 226.5 by Sinkule) hours engaging in the handling of this case, 286.35 of which were spent through trial with 48.8 hours post-trial. Defendant disputes the number of hours submitted by Wardlaw's counsel. First, Defendants submit that Wardlaw has failed to provide adequate documentation of certain time. In particular, Defendants argue that all entries by Wardlaw's counsel for internal conferences "re: matter" should be disallowed because the description is so vague that it cannot be evaluated for reasonableness. The Court agrees, and finds that the hours submitted shall be adjusted downward by 9.5 hours, 4.3 hours by Shellist and 5.2 hours by Sinkule. Second, Defendants complain that the time submitted by Wardlaw's attorneys reflect an excessive amount of time spent on discovery. Specifically, Defendants point to the fact that Wardlaw's attorneys submitted hours for preparing for and reviewing depositions that far exceeded the total amount of time actually spent in the depositions themselves. The Court agrees, and finds that the time shall…
    PAGE 4
  6. City of Parma v. Lange

    No. 79149, 79150, 79151 (Ohio Ct. App. Oct. 4, 2001)
    On October 12, 1999, appellant was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol ("DUI"), in violation of P.C.O. 333.01(A)(1); hit-skip, in violation of P.C.O. 335.15; and weaving, in violation of P.C.O. 331.36.
  7. Ackman v. Board of Adjustment

    596 N.W.2d 96 (Iowa 1999)   Cited 21 times
    When it amended the ordinance in 1995, the Black Hawk County Board of Supervisors included quarries as a specially permitted use in the "A" agricultural district. Thereafter the responsibility fell to the board of adjustment, not the supervisors, to grant special use permits for that purpose. See Iowa Code § 335.15 (vesting power to grant special permits in the board of adjustment). In fact, it would have been illegal for the board of supervisors to exercise that power. Lohner, 168 N.W.2d at 783.
    PAGE 104
  8. Jeanette Frocks, Inc. v. First Produce State Bank

    137 N.W.2d 205 (Minn. 1965)   Cited 5 times
    The terms "bearer" or "order" paper are used to identify the quality of negotiability of an instrument. Minn. St. 335.15 provides:
    PAGE 237
  9. Lawhorn v. Pirtle

    Court of Appeals No. L-97-1222. Trial Court No. CI91-3627 (Ohio Ct. App. Apr. 17, 1998)
    On January 26, 1990 appellee, Ruby Lawhorn, was injured in a hit-and-run automobile accident in which her vehicle collided with another vehicle allegedly driven by appellant. On that same day, Toledo police charged appellant with failure to stop at a stop sign in violation of Toledo Municipal Code 331.17 and failure to report an injury accident in violation of Toledo Municipal Code 335.15. On November 6, 1991, Lawhorn filed a complaint against appellant and the owner of the vehicle, Mary Adams, in which she asked for damages "in whatever amount above Twenty-five Thousand ($25,000.00) Dollars" to which she may be entitled. On January 21, 1992, Lawhorn filed a motion for default judgment against appellant and Adams. On January 27, 1992, Lawhorn filed a motion to amend her prayer for damages to a demand a "judgment [against both defendants] * * * in an amount of Two Hundred Fifty Thousand ($250,000.00) Dollars."