Creation of boundary review boards in counties with populations of two hundred ten thousand or more—Creation in other counties.
Dates upon which boards in counties with populations of less than two hundred ten thousand deemed established.
Appointment of board—Members—Terms—Qualifications.
Boards in counties with populations of less than one million—Members—Terms—Qualifications.
Selection of board members—Procedure—Commencement of term—Vacancies.
Effect of failure to make appointment.
Chair, vice chair, chief clerk—Powers and duties of board and chief clerk—Meetings—Hearings—Counsel—Compensation.
Expenditures—Remittance of costs to counties.
Filing notice of proposed actions with board.
Copy of notice of intention by water-sewer district to be sent officials.
Review of proposed actions by board—Procedure.
Actions not subject to review by board.
When review not necessary.
Simultaneous consideration of incorporation and annexation of territory.
Notice of intention—Contents.
Pending actions not affected.
Review of proposed actions—Actions and determinations of board—Disapproval, effect.
Review of proposed incorporation in county with boundary review board.
Annexation approval—Other action not authorized.
Decisions to be consistent with growth management act.
Hearings—Notice—Record—Subpoenas—Decision of board—Appellate review.
Factors to be considered by board—Incorporation proceedings exempt from state environmental policy act.
Objectives of boundary review board.
Objectives of boundary review board—Water-sewer district annexations, mergers—Territory not adjacent to district.
Decision of board not to affect existing franchises, permits, codes, ordinances, etc., for ten years.
Rules and regulations—Adoption procedure.
Rules and regulations—Filing—Permanent register.
Provisions of prior laws superseded by chapter.
Power to disband boundary review board.
Application of chapter to merged special purpose districts.
Effective date—1967 c 189.
Severability—1967 c 189.