New Mexico Statutes Chapter 73. Special Districts

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  • Article 1. Artesian Conservancy Districts
  • Article 2. Ditches or Acequias
  • Article 2A. Acequia and Community Ditch Fund
  • Article 3. Ditches or Acequias;  Special Provisions Governing Certain Counties
  • Article 4. Mill Ditches
  • Article 5. Water Users' Associations
  • Article 6. Drainage Districts;  Formation
  • Article 7. Drainage Districts;  Construction, Operation and Maintenance
  • Article 8. Drainage Districts Within Federal Reclamation Projects
  • Article 9. Irrigation Districts
  • Article 10. Irrigation Districts Cooperating with United States Under Reclamation Laws;  Formation and Management
  • Article 11. Irrigation Districts Cooperating with United States Under Reclamation Laws;  Fiscal Affairs;  Local Improvements and Special Powers
  • Article 12. Electrical Irrigation Districts
  • Article 13. General Provisions Relating to Irrigation Districts
  • Article 14. Conservancy Districts;  Definitions;  Organization and Management
  • Article 15. Conservancy Districts;  Appraisal of Benefits
  • Article 16. Conservancy Districts;  Financial Administration
  • Article 17. Conservancy Districts;  General Provisions
  • Article 18. Conservancy Districts;  Reclamation Contracts
  • Article 19. Tri-State Water Conservancy Association
  • Article 20. Soil and Water and Watershed Conservation Districts
  • Article 21. Water and Sanitation Districts
  • Article 22. Wind Erosion Districts
  • Article 24. Joint Flood and Drainage Planning Assessments
  • Article 25. Regional Transit Districts
  • Article 26. Lower Rio Grande Public Water Works Authority
  • Article 27. Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority

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