Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 42
IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE — WATER RIGHTS AND RECLAMATION
CHAPTER 32
WATER AND SEWER DISTRICTS
42-3202C.  Changing status of district. The board of directors of a water and/or sewer district may, at any time after the formation of such district, determine that the district qualifies as a recreational water and/or sewer district as defined under section 42-3202A, Idaho Code, and that it is in the best interest of the district to petition the court to change the district’s status to a recreational water and/or sewer district. Said petition must be filed in the office of the clerk of the court vested with jurisdiction, in a county in which the major part of the real property in the existing district is situated. The petition must be signed by the chairman of the district’s board of directors and shall set forth the following:
(1)  The name of the existing district, date on which said district was formed and a general description of the district’s boundaries.
(2)  That the petition was initiated after a majority vote of the board of directors that it is in the best interest of the district to change its status to a recreational water and/or sewer district.
(3)  The criteria the district meets under section 42-3202A, Idaho Code, thereby qualifying it as a recreational water and/or sewer district.
(4)  A prayer for changing the status of the existing district to that of a recreational water and/or sewer district.
Upon filing of the petition, the court shall by order fix a time and place for hearing as provided in section 42-3206, Idaho Code. Upon the hearing of said petition any interested persons or corporations may appear before said court and make objections to the proposed status change. Further, if it then shall appear that the petition for a change in status has been signed and presented as hereinabove provided and the allegations of the petition are true, the court shall by order duly entered of record, grant the prayed for change of status of the existing district.

History:
[42-3202C, added 1988, ch. 302, sec. 1, p. 958.]


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