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39-1323.  Election in proposed district — Notice — Qualifications of voters. Such petition may be filed with the clerk of the board of county commissioners at any time, and on such filing and after the county commissioners have made an order finally fixing and determining the boundaries of the proposed district, and have made and entered an order calling an election to be held, subject to the provisions of section 34-106, Idaho Code, in said district, said clerk shall cause to be published a notice of an election to be held in such proposed district for the purpose of determining whether or not the same shall be organized under the provisions of this act. Provided, however, if an appeal is taken from such order establishing the boundaries, such election shall not be held until after the determination of such appeal. Such notice shall plainly and clearly designate the boundaries in or the boundaries of said districts, and shall state the name of the proposed districts as designated in the petition.
Such notice shall be published once not less than twelve (12) days prior to the election, and a second time not less than five (5) days prior to such election in a newspaper published within the county as aforesaid. At such election the voters shall vote for or against the organization of the district. No person shall be entitled to vote at any election held under the provisions of this chapter unless he or she shall possess all the qualifications required of electors under the general laws of the state and be a resident of the proposed district.

[39-1323, added 1965, ch. 173, sec. 6, p. 340; am. 1995, ch. 118, sec. 48, p. 467.]

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