If the board of supervisors determines that consolidation is feasible and in the best
interests of the table grape acreage owners of the respective districts, it shall, by resolution duly adopted, declare the districts
consolidated into one district, giving the consolidated district a name that includes
the term “consolidated.” Certified copies of the resolution shall be filed with the Secretary of State and
with the county recorder of each county in which is located any part of the consolidated
district. Upon the filing, the districts are consolidated into a single consolidated district
with all the rights, privileges, and powers of a district. The consolidated district shall succeed to all the funds and other property, and
is subject to all the indebtedness, bonded and otherwise, of the districts consolidated. Each district that is included in the consolidated district shall continue in existence
for the purpose of representation on the board of the consolidated district, and for
the purpose of levying, assessing, and collecting assessments for district purposes. The board of the consolidated district is, however, the board of each district that
is included in the consolidated district.
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