2017 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 35 - PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY
CHAPTER 1 - ADMINISTRATION
ARTICLE 3 - COUNTY, MUNICIPAL AND DISTRICT HEALTH DEPARTMENTS
SECTION 35-1-309 - Adjacent county without department becoming part of health district by agreement.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 35-1-309 (2017)

35-1-309. Adjacent county without department becoming part of health district by agreement.

(a) Generally.-Any county adjacent to a district maintaining a district health department may become a part of such district by agreement between its board of county commissioners and the boards of county commissioners of the counties comprising the district. Any such county upon being accepted into the district, shall thereupon become subject to all the provisions of this act as though it were originally a part of the district.

(b) Withdrawing from districts.-Any county in a district may withdraw from the district by resolution of its board of county commissioners; provided, however, that no county may withdraw from a district within the two (2) year period following the establishment of the district or the county's becoming a part of the district, and then only after ninety (90) days written notice given to the department. In the event of withdrawal of a county from a district, any funds which had been appropriated by the county before withdrawal, to cover its proportionate share of maintaining the district, shall not be returned to the county withdrawing.

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