Article 3. Officers And Powers of California Health And Safety Code >> Division 5. >> Part 3. >> Chapter 4. >> Article 3.
The board is the governing body of the district and may make
and enforce all rules and regulations necessary for the
administration and government of the district and for the cleaning,
repair, reconstruction, renewal, replacement, operation, and
maintenance of lateral and collecting sewers in it.
The board may acquire by gift, condemnation, purchase, or
otherwise in the name of the county, and own, control, manage, and
dispose of, real and personal property necessary or convenient for
the purposes of this chapter, and may perform all of the acts
necessary or proper to accomplish such purposes.
The board may appoint the county surveyor to supervise the
work of cleaning, repairing, reconstructing, renewing, replacing,
operating, and maintaining the sewers and their appurtenances and may
enter into contracts for the purchase of water to be used in
flushing the sewers and for the disposal of sewage collected in the
The board may by resolution change the name of any district
to conform with a change in the street name or other designation
which the district bears. The clerk shall file in the office of the
county assessor and with the State Board of Equalization a certified
copy of every such resolution, and upon such filing the name of the
district shall be changed for all purposes.
If a district has a boundary which is contiguous to a
boundary of a city and the district has a contract with that city
under which the city is responsible for the operation and maintenance
of all facilities of the district, the governing board of the
district may, by a resolution adopted by a 4/5 vote of the board,
declare the board dissolved and thereafter the governing body of the
city shall be ex officio the governing board of the district.