Arizona Revised Statutes § 48-702 Resolution Declaring Intention To Form District

48-702. Resolution declaring intention to form district

A. If the public convenience and necessity require, and on presentation of a petition signed by the owners of at least twenty-five per cent of the land area proposed to be included in the district, the governing body may adopt a resolution declaring its intention to form a community facilities district to include contiguous or noncontiguous property which shall be wholly within the corporate boundaries of the municipality or county. The resolution shall state the following:

1. The area or areas to be included in the district.

2. The purposes for which the district is to be formed.

3. That a general plan for the district is on file with the clerk.

4. The date, time and place of the hearing to be held on the formation of the district.

5. The place where written objections to the formation of the district may be filed.

6. That formation of the district may result in the levy of taxes to pay the costs of improvements constructed by the district and for their operation and maintenance.

7. A reference to this article.

8. Whether the district will be governed by a district board comprised of the members of the governing body, ex officio, or, at the option of the governing body and if the total area to be included in the district is larger than six hundred acres, five directors appointed by the governing body.

B. Before adopting a resolution under this section, a general plan for the district shall be filed with the clerk setting out a general description of the public infrastructure improvements for which the district is proposed to be formed and the general areas to be improved.

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