2012 Wyoming Statutes
22-29-303. Consolidation of districts; effect.

WY Stat § 22-29-303 (through 2012) What's This?

(a) Two (2) or more districts even if formed under different principal acts may consolidate and form a new district if the consolidation is first approved by the county commissioners and approved by the voters. The districts included in the consolidation shall be considered joined into a single new district.

(b) If the consolidation is approved, the district directors and officers of the consolidating districts shall transfer to the directors of the successor district all funds, property, contracts and records of the consolidating districts. Upon the effective date of the consolidation:

(i) The successor district shall succeed to all the property, contracts, rights and powers of the consolidating districts, and shall constitute and be a regularly organized district as if originally organized in the manner provided by the principal act;

(ii) Uncollected taxes, assessments or charges levied by the consolidating districts shall become the property of the successor district and upon collection shall be credited to the account of the successor district; and

(iii) The successor district shall become liable for all the obligations, legal or contractual, of the consolidating districts.

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