Article 2. Approval By District of California Public Utilities Code >> Division 10. >> Part 1. >> Chapter 9. >> Article 2.

The board shall by ordinance setting forth the terms and conditions at length declare its intention of causing the agreement to be approved by the district.
The ordinance together with a notice fixing the time and place for hearing thereon shall be published in the district pursuant to Section 6061 of the Government Code. A copy of the ordinance shall be filed with the secretary of the district. The time fixed for hearing shall not be less than 30 nor more than 60 days from the date of the publication of the ordinance.
At the hearing any person interested may file with the board written objections to the approval of the terms and conditions.
Upon the hearing the board shall determine whether or not the terms and conditions will be approved and shall hear and determine all objections thereto. Failure of any person interested in the district or in the matter of the proposed annexation on the terms and conditions set forth in the ordinance to show cause in writing pursuant to Section 26683 constitutes an assent on his part to a change in the boundaries of the district upon the terms and conditions set forth.
Any hearing on the agreement may be adjourned from time to time by the board, not exceeding 30 days in all, without further notice other than an order entered upon the minutes of the meeting fixing the time and place of adjournment.
If no protests are filed or the protests filed are overruled and denied by the board the board shall thereupon by resolution finally approve the terms and conditions and proceed with the annexation in the manner provided in this chapter.
If protests against the proposed annexation are sustained, all proceedings shall be dismissed and no proceedings shall be undertaken again concerning the territory or any part thereof until after the expiration of one year.