Arizona Revised Statutes § 48-2205 Hearing On Petition

48-2205. Hearing on petition

A. At the hearing all interested property owners and electors may appear and be heard on any matter relating to the establishment of the proposed district. Before the date set for the hearing, any person wishing to object to the establishment of the district may file written objections with the clerk of the board of supervisors.

B. At the hearing the board shall consider the petition and shall hear evidence in favor of or against the proposal. The board may make any changes in the district boundaries that it deems advisable. All decisions and determinations made at the hearing shall be entered in the minutes of the board. If the board approves the establishment of the district, the minutes shall set forth the particular description of the boundaries of the district as approved by the board.

C. If the board finds that the territory set out in the petition should not be incorporated into a health service district, it shall dismiss the proceedings and tax the costs against the signers of the petition and may collect the cost against the bond or cash deposit of the petitioners.

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