Chapter 10. Withdrawal From District of California Public Utilities Code >> Division 10. >> Part 2. >> Chapter 10.
Any county, the board of supervisors of which does not
approve the reports of the board of directors of the district
submitted pursuant to Section 29154 or 29157, may be withdrawn from
In addition to the right of withdrawal of a county as
provided in Section 29650, any county may withdraw from the district
at any time prior to the date of adoption by the board of a
resolution calling a special election to submit to the qualified
voters of the district a proposition of incurring a bonded
indebtedness as provided in Section 29158, provided the board of
directors of the district elects to accept for filing and approves a
resolution of withdrawal adopted by the board of supervisors of the
county seeking withdrawal.
Withdrawal from the district shall be by a resolution
adopted by a majority vote of the board of supervisors.
The withdrawal of any county from the district pursuant to
this chapter shall not be effective until the resolution of
withdrawal adopted by the board of supervisors is filed with the
board of directors of the district.
The withdrawal of a county pursuant to this chapter does not
invalidate any taxes or assessments levied or assessed against any
property in the county prior to withdrawal, nor relieve such property
of any other financial obligation or debt of the district incurred
prior to withdrawal.
Any county which is withdrawn from the district pursuant to
this chapter may be subsequently annexed thereto on compliance with
Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 29500).