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  184.610.  Dissolution of district, procedure — ballot form — cost of election, how paid — property donated by city to revert to city. — 1.  Any special purpose district formed under the provisions of sections 184.600 to 184.622 may be dissolved pursuant to this section.  Upon the filing with the governing body of the district of a petition containing the signatures of qualified voters representing eight percent of the votes cast at the last preceding election for governor, the governing body shall submit the proposition to the voters in the district using the same procedure and in the same manner so far as practicable as is provided for the submission of the question for forming the district.

  2.  Such proposition or propositions shall be submitted to the voters in substantially the following form at such election:


Shall the ______ Metropolitan Zoo District be dissolved?
☐ YES ☐ NO


  3.  In the event that a majority of the voters voting on such proposition cast "YES" votes, then the district shall be deemed dissolved.  The results of the election shall be certified by the election officials of such city or county, respectively, to the respective chief executive officers of such city or county not less than thirty days after the day on which such election was held.  The cost of such election shall be borne by the city and county, respectively, as provided by law.

  4.  Dissolution of the district shall be carried out in the manner prescribed by section 67.955, except property owned by any city which was donated to the district pursuant to subsection 2 of section 184.606 shall revert to such city.


(L. 1990 S.B. 525 § 5)

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