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Iowa Code Title V. Agriculture [Chs. 159-215A] § 161E.14. Allocation

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1. Sixty-five percent of any such payments or payment received from the federal government shall be distributed to the general fund of the school districts of the county after the county auditor has determined the districts which are principally affected by the federal flood control project involved in an amount deemed to be the equitable share of each such district and the amount allocated to each school district shall be paid over to the treasurer of such school district.

2. The county auditor shall certify to the executive council of the state the amounts allocated to each school district in the previous year, on January 2 of each year. The remaining ten percent of a payment received by the county treasurer from the federal government, or as much thereof as is deemed necessary by the board of supervisors, shall be allocated to the local fire departments of the unincorporated villages, townships, and cities of the county which are principally affected by the federal flood control project involved, to be paid and prorated among them as determined by the board of supervisors. If the funds prorated to local fire departments in a county are less than ten percent of the total county share of such federal payments for a year, the amount which exceeds the prorations shall revert back to and be divided equally between the secondary road fund and the local school district fund.

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