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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 26561-26567



26561.  Notice of the hearing set pursuant to Section 26557 or
subdivision (c) of Section 26558 shall be mailed first-class, postage
prepaid, in the United States mail, at least 20 days preceding the
date of the public hearing, to each owner of real property within the
proposed district as shown on the last equalized county assessment
roll, or the State Board of Equalization assessment roll, as the case
may be.



26562.  A copy of the petition described in Section 26552 or the
resolution described in Section 26558 shall be attached to the
notice.


26563.  The notice shall set forth the time, date, and place of the
hearing, briefly describe the purpose thereof, and indicate where the
plan of control may be reviewed or duplicated, at a cost not to
exceed the cost of duplication. The notice shall also set forth the
address where objections to the proposed formation may be mailed or
otherwise delivered up to and including the time of the hearing.




26564.  At any time not later than the time set for hearing
objections to the proposed formation, any owner of real property
within the proposed district may make a written objection to the
formation. Such objection shall be in writing, shall contain a
description of the land by lot, tract, and map number, and shall be
signed by such owner. Objections shall be mailed or delivered as
specified in the notice described in Section 26561. If the person
whose signature appears on such objection is not shown on the
assessment roll last equalized by the county as the owner of the
subject real property, the written objection shall be accompanied by
evidence sufficient to indicate that such person is the owner of such
property. The determination by the legislative body of ownership for
purposes of this section shall be final and conclusive.



26565.  At the time set for hearing objections, the legislative body
shall be presented with all objections made pursuant to Section
26564. The legislative body may adjourn such hearing from time to
time, but not to exceed 60 days from the date specified in the
original notice.



26566.  If it appears at the hearing that owners of more than 50
percent of the assessed valuation of the proposed district object to
the formation thereof, the legislative body shall thereupon close the
hearing and direct that proceedings for the formation of a district
be abandoned.


26567.  At the close of the hearing or within 60 days thereafter,
the legislative body may proceed by resolution to order the formation
of the proposed district. The resolution shall appoint five owners
of real property within the district to the initial board of
directors for terms not to exceed four years, or, as an alternative
to the appointment of five owners of real property within the
district, the legislative body may appoint itself to act as the board
of directors. If the legislative body appoints itself as the board
of directors, Section 26583 shall not apply. If owners of real
property within the district are appointed as the initial board of
directors, then following the initial term, the board of directors
shall be elected as provided by Section 26583. This section shall
apply to all districts formed on or after January 1, 1980.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 26561-26567

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 26561-26567



26561.  Notice of the hearing set pursuant to Section 26557 or
subdivision (c) of Section 26558 shall be mailed first-class, postage
prepaid, in the United States mail, at least 20 days preceding the
date of the public hearing, to each owner of real property within the
proposed district as shown on the last equalized county assessment
roll, or the State Board of Equalization assessment roll, as the case
may be.



26562.  A copy of the petition described in Section 26552 or the
resolution described in Section 26558 shall be attached to the
notice.


26563.  The notice shall set forth the time, date, and place of the
hearing, briefly describe the purpose thereof, and indicate where the
plan of control may be reviewed or duplicated, at a cost not to
exceed the cost of duplication. The notice shall also set forth the
address where objections to the proposed formation may be mailed or
otherwise delivered up to and including the time of the hearing.




26564.  At any time not later than the time set for hearing
objections to the proposed formation, any owner of real property
within the proposed district may make a written objection to the
formation. Such objection shall be in writing, shall contain a
description of the land by lot, tract, and map number, and shall be
signed by such owner. Objections shall be mailed or delivered as
specified in the notice described in Section 26561. If the person
whose signature appears on such objection is not shown on the
assessment roll last equalized by the county as the owner of the
subject real property, the written objection shall be accompanied by
evidence sufficient to indicate that such person is the owner of such
property. The determination by the legislative body of ownership for
purposes of this section shall be final and conclusive.



26565.  At the time set for hearing objections, the legislative body
shall be presented with all objections made pursuant to Section
26564. The legislative body may adjourn such hearing from time to
time, but not to exceed 60 days from the date specified in the
original notice.



26566.  If it appears at the hearing that owners of more than 50
percent of the assessed valuation of the proposed district object to
the formation thereof, the legislative body shall thereupon close the
hearing and direct that proceedings for the formation of a district
be abandoned.


26567.  At the close of the hearing or within 60 days thereafter,
the legislative body may proceed by resolution to order the formation
of the proposed district. The resolution shall appoint five owners
of real property within the district to the initial board of
directors for terms not to exceed four years, or, as an alternative
to the appointment of five owners of real property within the
district, the legislative body may appoint itself to act as the board
of directors. If the legislative body appoints itself as the board
of directors, Section 26583 shall not apply. If owners of real
property within the district are appointed as the initial board of
directors, then following the initial term, the board of directors
shall be elected as provided by Section 26583. This section shall
apply to all districts formed on or after January 1, 1980.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 26561-26567

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 26561-26567



26561.  Notice of the hearing set pursuant to Section 26557 or
subdivision (c) of Section 26558 shall be mailed first-class, postage
prepaid, in the United States mail, at least 20 days preceding the
date of the public hearing, to each owner of real property within the
proposed district as shown on the last equalized county assessment
roll, or the State Board of Equalization assessment roll, as the case
may be.



26562.  A copy of the petition described in Section 26552 or the
resolution described in Section 26558 shall be attached to the
notice.


26563.  The notice shall set forth the time, date, and place of the
hearing, briefly describe the purpose thereof, and indicate where the
plan of control may be reviewed or duplicated, at a cost not to
exceed the cost of duplication. The notice shall also set forth the
address where objections to the proposed formation may be mailed or
otherwise delivered up to and including the time of the hearing.




26564.  At any time not later than the time set for hearing
objections to the proposed formation, any owner of real property
within the proposed district may make a written objection to the
formation. Such objection shall be in writing, shall contain a
description of the land by lot, tract, and map number, and shall be
signed by such owner. Objections shall be mailed or delivered as
specified in the notice described in Section 26561. If the person
whose signature appears on such objection is not shown on the
assessment roll last equalized by the county as the owner of the
subject real property, the written objection shall be accompanied by
evidence sufficient to indicate that such person is the owner of such
property. The determination by the legislative body of ownership for
purposes of this section shall be final and conclusive.



26565.  At the time set for hearing objections, the legislative body
shall be presented with all objections made pursuant to Section
26564. The legislative body may adjourn such hearing from time to
time, but not to exceed 60 days from the date specified in the
original notice.



26566.  If it appears at the hearing that owners of more than 50
percent of the assessed valuation of the proposed district object to
the formation thereof, the legislative body shall thereupon close the
hearing and direct that proceedings for the formation of a district
be abandoned.


26567.  At the close of the hearing or within 60 days thereafter,
the legislative body may proceed by resolution to order the formation
of the proposed district. The resolution shall appoint five owners
of real property within the district to the initial board of
directors for terms not to exceed four years, or, as an alternative
to the appointment of five owners of real property within the
district, the legislative body may appoint itself to act as the board
of directors. If the legislative body appoints itself as the board
of directors, Section 26583 shall not apply. If owners of real
property within the district are appointed as the initial board of
directors, then following the initial term, the board of directors
shall be elected as provided by Section 26583. This section shall
apply to all districts formed on or after January 1, 1980.


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