79-415. Changes in boundaries; creation of new district; affiliation; how initiated.

(1) In addition to the petitions of legal voters pursuant to section 79-413, changes in boundaries and the creation of a new school district from other districts may be initiated and accepted by the school board or board of education of any district that is not a member of a learning community.

(2) In addition to the petitions of legal voters pursuant to section 79-413, the affiliation of a Class I district or portion thereof with one or more Class II, III, IV, or V districts may be initiated and accepted by:

(a) The board of education of any Class II, III, IV, or V district; and

(b) The school board of any Class I district in which is located a city or incorporated village.

Source:Laws 1971, LB 468, § 2; Laws 1990, LB 259, § 6; Laws 1991, LB 511, § 12; Laws 1992, LB 245, § 17; R.S.1943, (1994), § 79-402.03; Laws 1996, LB 900, § 164; Laws 1997, LB 806, § 7; Laws 2005, LB 126, § 18; Laws 2006, LB 1024, § 25; Referendum 2006, No. 422.

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