Idaho Statutes

21-805A.  Annexation to existing authority — Election. Subsequent to the organization of a regional airport authority, any county which is contiguous and which voted in the negative and was excluded from the authority at the time of the election held as provided in section 21-805, Idaho Code, may vote to join the authority. The provisions of section 21-805, Idaho Code, shall apply as nearly as possible to the election to be held. The question to be submitted to the electors of the existing authority and to the electors of the county wishing to be annexed shall clearly indicate the degree of financial participation of each of the participating counties should the annexation be approved, the division among the participating counties of any existing bond or debt obligations should the annexation be approved, and the representation on the permanent board of trustees to be given the annexed county should the annexation be approved. If a majority of all the votes cast in the existing district be in the affirmative, and if a majority of the votes cast in the county wishing to be annexed be in the affirmative, the Idaho transportation department shall enter an order declaring such county to be a part of the regional airport authority, and shall certify such fact to the board of county commissioners of each county in the authority.

[I.C., sec. 21-805A, as added by 1970, ch. 35, sec. 2, p. 73; am. 1974, ch. 12, sec. 114, p. 61.]

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