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Petition protesting proposed conveyance   

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A petition protesting against the proposed dedication or conveyance signed by at least 10 percent of the qualified electors of the district, as shown by the affidavit of one of the petitioners, may be filed with the governing board at the meeting held at the time and place fixed in the resolution. If a protest is filed, the governing board, before taking any further action on the proposed dedication or conveyance, shall submit the question of whether the proposed dedication or conveyance should be made, to the board of governors whose decision is final. If the board of governors approves the proposed dedication or conveyance, the governing board may proceed with the dedication or conveyance. If the board of governors does not approve the proposed dedication or conveyance, no further proceedings shall be had thereon.

(Amended by Stats. 1995, Ch. 758. Sec. 114.)