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Bill Detail: HB22-1097

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Title Dissolution Of Special Districts
Status Governor Signed (03/17/2022)
Bill Subjects
  • Local Government
House Sponsors D. Valdez (D)
Senate Sponsors C. Simpson (R)
House Committee Transportation and Local Government
Senate Committee Local Government
Date Introduced 01/20/2022

Under current law, municipalities and regional service authorities
are authorized to file an application for dissolution of a special district
with the board of directors of the special district. The bill expands current
law to authorize a board of county commissioners to file with the special
district's board of directors an application for dissolution of the special
district if the special district is wholly located in the boundaries of the
county and to file jointly with another board of county commissioners a
petition for dissolution of a special district located in 2 or more counties.
The bill also expands current law to allow a board of county
commissioners and a special district that is wholly within the county's
boundaries and that has no financial obligations or outstanding debt to
mutually consent to dissolution of the special district via a court order
dissolving the special district without an election.

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