Nevada Revised Statutes Title 20. Counties and Townships: Formation, Government and Officers § 244.1583. Review of general improvement districts: Public hearings; limitation on number of reviews; report
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1. A committee created pursuant to NRS 244.158 shall:
(a) Meet at the times and places specified by a call of the Chair;
(b) Conduct public hearings for the purpose of reviewing and obtaining comments on the need for the continuance, modification, consolidation, merger or dissolution of one or more general improvement districts in the county;
(c) Review not more than six general improvement districts in the county per year; and
(d) On or before July 1 of each year, submit a report to the Legislative Commission concerning the activities and findings of the committee during that year.
2. A general improvement district has the burden of proving that there is a public need for its continued existence.
3. If a general improvement district includes territory within two or more counties, a committee created by the board of county commissioners with the authority to supervise the district pursuant to NRS 318.050 has the authority to review that general improvement district pursuant to subsection 1.
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