Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 31
COUNTIES AND COUNTY LAW
CHAPTER 49
REGIONAL SOLID WASTE OR DOMESTIC SEPTAGE DISPOSAL DISTRICTS
31-4907.  Annual budget. The fiscal year of a district shall commence on October 1 of each year and shall end on September 30 of the following year.
The district board shall prepare, by the first Monday in July of each year, a preliminary budget for the district and an estimate of costs to be apportioned to each participating county for the ensuing year. A copy of the preliminary budget, showing the amount of costs to be allocated to each participating county, shall be distributed to each participating county by July 15 of each year.
On or before the first Monday in August, there shall be held at a time and place determined by the district board a meeting and public hearing upon the proposed budget of the district. Notice of the meeting and public hearing shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in each participating county, in one (1) issue thereof. The place, hour, and day of such hearing shall be specified in said notice, as well as the place where such budget may be examined prior to such hearing. A summary of such proposed budget shall be published with and as a part of the publication of such notice of hearing in substantially the form required in section 31-1604, Idaho Code.
On or before August 15 of each year a budget for the district shall be approved by the district board and certified to each county. Such determination shall be binding upon all counties within the district and the district itself.
A district may establish operating funds, dedicated funds, bond and sinking funds, and such other funds as the district board may designate, and may accumulate and carry over funds from year to year as the district board shall direct. Such funds may be utilized for any lawful purpose of the district including, but not limited to, compliance with federal and state environmental protection laws and regulations.

History:
[31-4907, added 1990, ch. 390, sec. 1, p. 1088.]


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