Any town, either by a majority vote of its board of selectmen and a majority vote
of the school committee or by vote in town meeting duly called therefor, may create
a special unpaid committee to be known as a regional school district planning committee,
to consist of 3 members, including 1 member of the school committee to be appointed
by the moderator. At the same meeting or at a subsequent meeting, the town may appropriate for the
expense of the regional school district planning committee such sums, not exceeding
1/10 of 1 per cent of the assessed valuation of such town in the preceding year, as it
may deem necessary. Regional school district planning committees from any 2 or more towns may join together
to form a regional school district planning board. Such regional school district planning board shall organize forthwith upon its formation
by the election of a chairman and secretary-treasurer.
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