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14-1050.Same; resolution filed with city clerk; city ordinance; publication; protest petition; election. Whenever the board of directors of any cemetery association shall file in the office of the city clerk of a city a copy of the resolution adopted under the provisions of K.S.A. 14-1049 and which has been certified by the president and the secretary of such association as having been duly adopted by the board of directors of such association and published and not protested by petition as authorized in K.S.A. 14-1049, the governing body of such city may enact an ordinance accepting the transfer of the control and maintenance of the cemetery and cemetery lands and all of the property, assets, books and records of such cemetery association.

Such ordinance shall be published in the official city paper once a week for two consecutive weeks and shall be in force and effect thirty (30) days after the date of the last publication unless before such date a petition protesting such ordinance is filed in the office of the city clerk of such city, signed by at least thirty percent (30%) of the qualified electors of such city determined on the basis of the total vote cast for secretary of state in such city at the last preceding general election.

If such a petition is filed, then the governing body of such city shall submit the proposition of the enactment of such ordinance to the electors of such city at a regular city election or special election called for that purpose and, if a majority of those voting on the proposition shall vote in favor thereof then said ordinance shall become effective.

History: L. 1951, ch. 216, § 4; March 3.



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