(1) The board of county commissioners shall maintain a permanent record that plainly
and definitely describes the boundaries of each district within the county. The county superintendent shall keep a transcript of the record in the superintendent's
office and is responsible for keeping the record current.
(2) If the county superintendent determines that the boundaries of any elementary
district or high school district are in conflict or are incorrectly described, the
superintendent shall change, harmonize, and describe the boundaries accurately and
shall make a report of the boundary adjustments to the board of county commissioners. When the board of county commissioners approves a district boundary report submitted
by the county superintendent, the boundaries are the legal boundaries and description
of the district within the county. Whenever district boundaries are clarified under this section, the county superintendent
shall supply the trustees of the district with the legal descriptions of the boundaries
of their district.
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