(1) An area within the boundaries of a municipality which remains within the boundaries
of a municipal county and is not consolidated into the municipal county at the time
of the formation of the municipal county shall not be considered to be part of the
municipal county for any purpose. Such a municipality shall not be annexed by the municipal county, and such a municipality
shall not annex any territory, for at least four years after the date of creation
of the municipal county. Such a municipality shall retain:
(a) The authority to levy property taxes, not to exceed ninety cents per one hundred
dollars of taxable value except as provided in sections 77-3442 and 77-3444; and
(b) All the other powers and duties applicable to a municipality of the same population
with the same form of government in effect on the date of creation of the municipal
county, including, but not limited to, its zoning jurisdiction and the authority to
impose a tax as provided in the Local Option Revenue Act.
(2) In order to provide economical and efficient services, a municipality within the
boundaries of a municipal county may annex adjacent territory within the municipal
county if the municipal county consents. Consent shall be granted if the services will be provided by the municipality within
the annexed territory at less cost than similar services provided by the municipal
(3) All fire protection districts which are within the boundaries of a municipal county
shall continue to exist after formation of the municipal county.
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