(a) The county committee may add to the petition any appropriate provisions which were not included in the petition as filed and may amend any provision which was so included.
(b) At least 10 days before the public hearing on the petition, the county committee shall make available to the public, to the governing boards of districts affected by the petition, and to the board of governors a description of the petition and a report which includes a description or analysis of the impact of the proposed change on the following:
(1) Funding of each affected unified or high school and community college district, including a determination of the level and sources of local property or special taxes to be levied for general purposes of the proposed new community college district.
In those instances where the new district is formed exclusively within nondistrict territory, the property tax contribution to the new district shall not be less than the proportion that the tax levied in the 1977-78 fiscal year in the territory affected pursuant to former Chapter 8 (commencing with Section 2100) of Part 2 bore to the total property tax levied in that territory in 1977-78.
Alternative sources of local tax contribution to the recipient district, as may be permitted by law, shall be included in the committee's report.
(2) Property, obligations, and bonded indebtedness of the new district.
(3) Racial or ethnic composition of the recipient district.
(4) Governing board of the new district.
(5) County district master plan.
(6) Any matter considered significant by the county committee.
(Amended by Stats. 1990, Ch. 1372, Sec. 391)
Education Code 2100