No school district shall call or hold more than one special bond election at a time
other than a general election or the election of board of education members within
any one calendar year; nor shall any special bond election be held within sixty (60)
days before or after a general election or election of members of the board of education
of such district. The provisions of this act shall not prohibit the planning for or consideration of
any bond election during the period between authorized bond elections, nor shall this
act prohibit notice or other preparation for election during such period.
The provisions of this act shall have no application to any capital outlay tax levy
or election for authorization thereof. This act shall apply to every school district offering any of grades one to twelve
and to community junior colleges.
This section shall not apply to bond elections held for the purpose of replacing,
or repairing and equipping school buildings or facilities destroyed or substantially
damaged by fire, windstorm, flood or other casualty, if approval for such election
is obtained from the state board of education.
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