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AGO Opinions with Topic: SIMPLE MAJORITY OR TWO-THIRDS VOTE
AGO 1952 No. 356 >  July 23, 1952
SCHOOL DISTRICTS - ACQUISITION OF NEW SCHOOL SITE - WHERE DISTRICTS MERGED INTO SINGLE DISTRICT PREVIOUSLY OWNED SCHOOL SITES - SIMPLE MAJORITY OR TWO-THIRDS VOTE
SCHOOL DISTRICTS ‑- ACQUISITION OF NEW SCHOOL SITE ‑- WHERE DISTRICTS MERGED INTO SINGLE DISTRICT PREVIOUSLY OWNED SCHOOL SITES ‑- SIMPLE MAJORITY OR TWO-THIRDS VOTE A school district created by the reorganization of two previously existing districts, each of which had a school site at the time of the reorganization, which had been selected by the majority vote of the respective districts, cannot acquire a new school site except upon a favorable two-thirds vote of the district at a regular or special election.
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