Whenever a petition signed by not less than one hundred voters in any district organized
under the provisions of this chapter is filed with the circuit court having jurisdiction
over the district, setting forth all the relevant facts pertaining to the district,
and alleging that the further operation of the district is inimicable to the best
interests of the inhabitants of the district, and that the district should, in the
interest of the public welfare and safety, be dissolved, the circuit court shall have
authority, after hearing evidence submitted on the aforesaid question, to order a
submission of the question, after having caused publication of notice of a hearing
on said petition, in substantially the following form:
Shall ․․․․․․․․․․ (Insert the name of the fire district.) ․․․․․․․․․․Fire Protection District be dissolved?
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