Article 1.5. Inclusion In County Sanitation District of California Health And Safety Code >> Division 6. >> Part 1. >> Chapter 4. >> Article 1.5.

Any district organized under the provisions of this act may become a part of a county sanitation district after the board of supervisors of the county within which the district is located, has, after a hearing, pursuant to the County Sanitation District Act, found and determined by resolution duly adopted that such inclusion is for the best interest of the district and the governing body of the district consents thereto by resolution adopted by the affirmative vote of four-fifths of its members.
A sanitary district which becomes a part of a county sanitation district as hereinabove provided for is not thereby dissolved, but may continue to function, except as herein otherwise provided, in the same manner as heretofore.
When a sanitary district is not included in a county sanitation district at the time of formation of the latter, it may subsequently become included within such county sanitation district, upon its sanitary board adopting a resolution, by the affirmative vote of four-fifths of its members, declaring its intention so to do.
Following the formation of such county sanitation district it shall have no jurisdiction within such sanitary district until the legislative body of such sanitary district shall, by resolution adopted by the affirmative vote of no less than four-fifths of its members, determine what facilities and functions of constructing, maintaining and operating sanitary sewerage facilities of such sanitary district shall be transferred to such county sanitation district.
Copies of the resolutions herein mentioned, duly certified by the clerk or secretary of the respective legislative bodies, shall be filed with the county clerk, in the respective files of such sanitary district and county sanitation district, and with the county assessor, and such resolutions shall not be effective until said copies are so filed.
Nothing herein shall prevent any territory within a county sanitation district from being formed into or annexed to any sanitary district, and such territory shall thereafter become subject to this article.