Idaho Statutes

50-227.  Separation of agricultural lands — Notice of petition and hearing thereon. Upon the filing of such petition with the clerk of such court and paying a fee of ten dollars ($10.00), which fee shall be in full for all clerk’s fees except the regular fees provided by law on the appeals, the said court shall fix a time for the hearing thereupon, which shall not be less than thirty (30) days from the filing of such petition, and the petitioners shall serve or cause to be served a notice of such hearing upon the mayor or clerk of such city at least twenty (20) days before the time fixed for such hearing.
The said petitioner or petitioners shall also cause to be published once a week in two (2) consecutive weekly issues in some newspaper published in said city where the land sought to be detached is situated, or, in case no newspaper is published in said city, cause notices to be posted in at least three (3) conspicuous places in said city, said notice stating the time and place of such hearing and that any person desiring to protest or object to the granting of the prayer of said petition may do so by filing with the clerk of said court at least two (2) days before the day set for the hearing of said petition his objections or protests in writing. Such notice shall state generally the purpose of the petition and the location and description of the land sought to be detached from the corporate limits of said city.

[50-227, added 1967, ch. 429, sec. 98, p. 1249.]

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