2009 California Public Resources Code - Section 9621-9627 :: Article 3. Changing Name Of District
9621. A district may change its name by action of the board of supervisors of the principal county as provided by this article. 9622. Whenever in the judgment of the board of directors it is for the best interest of a district that its name be changed to a stated name, it may pass a resolution reciting such fact. 9623. A copy of the resolution shall be forwarded to the board of supervisors of the principal county with the request that the name of the district be changed to the stated name. 9624. The board of supervisors of the principal county shall consider this request at their next regular meeting and may grant or deny the request. Their action shall be officially recorded in their minutes. 9625. If the action of the board of supervisors on this request is negative, they shall forward a copy of the resolution to the board of directors initiating the request. 9626. If the action of the board of supervisors on this request is favorable, it shall cause certified copies of the resolution to be forwarded to the board of directors initiating the request, the boards of supervisors and county clerks of all the other counties in which any portion of the district lies and the State Board of Equalization. 9627. On acknowledgment of the change of name by the Secretary of State, the name of the district shall be considered changed.
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