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19-3818.Act not to impair powers of other political subdivisions; annexation by cities; contracts. Nothing herein contained shall impair or affect the power or jurisdiction of the county, township, zoning boards, school districts or drainage districts in which such industrial districts are located, and such industrial districts shall conform to applicable regulations of any governmental authority having jurisdiction therein. Nothing herein contained shall impair or affect the right of any adjacent city to annex land in such industrial district in the same manner and to the same extent as if such industrial district had never been organized. If annexed, such city shall have full power and jurisdiction over the annexed area: Provided, That the governing body of any city adjacent to an industrial district created under the provisions of this act is hereby granted the power and authority to contract with such industrial district, at the date of formation thereof or subsequent thereto, that such adjacent city will not annex any land in such industrial district for a period not to exceed twenty (20) years, which contract may at its expiration be renewed for successive periods not in excess of twenty (20) years each.

Such contract shall not be entered into or renewed until the execution thereof shall be authorized by ordinance duly adopted, and no city which shall have entered into such contract shall, during the term of such contract, take action to annex any land in such industrial district unless annexation thereof is requested by the board of directors of such district, which board action shall be approved by the owners, corporate or otherwise, of real estate in the district, and the lessees, corporate or otherwise, of said real estate in the district, and which owners and lessees also own ninety percent (90%) of the tangible taxable property in the district, in an appropriate election held therefor, either at the time of the election of the directors or at a special election conducted for that purpose. In either event notice shall be given of the intention to submit such proposal to a vote in the district by publication thereof once each week for three (3) successive publications in a newspaper of general circulation in the county in which such industrial district is located, and printed and published in the city adjacent to such industrial district, the first of which publications shall be had at least thirty (30) days prior to the date set for said election, and within seven (7) days after the first publication of said notice, the secretary of the board of directors shall mail or cause to be mailed a copy of the notice to each owner of tangible taxable property in the district, corporate or otherwise.

History: L. 1957, ch. 196, § 18; L. 1961, ch. 161, § 8; L. 1971, ch. 99, § 8; July 1.



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