(1) The petition mentioned in ORS 382.350 shall be filed with the county clerk and presented to the board of county commissioners at or before its next regular session.
(2) The board of county commissioners shall examine the petition as soon as it is presented. If it is satisfied that the petition substantially conforms to the requirements of ORS 382.370 and contains the names and post-office addresses, places of residence and precincts of the requisite number of electors as required by ORS 382.350, the board of county commissioners shall make an order directing that a special election be called and held in the county for the purposes specified in the petition at a time to be then fixed by the board of county commissioners, which shall not be less than 30 nor more than 40 days after the date of making the order and not more than 90 days after the day of filing the petition.
(3) If the board of county commissioners determines either that the petition does not substantially conform to the requirements of ORS 382.370 or that it does not contain names and post-office addresses, places of residence and precincts of the requisite number of electors as required by ORS 382.350, it shall make an order declaring that fact, particularly designating the defects and refusing to order a special election.Section: Previous 382.320 382.325 382.330 382.335 382.340 382.345 382.350 382.355 382.360 382.365 382.370 382.375 382.380 382.385 382.390 Next
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