The petitioners are authorized to select from their number a committee of three (3)
or five (5), as they shall deem expedient, which committee shall act for the petitioners
in all such preliminary matters as their services may be needed in having the district
established, and which committee shall have the power to bind the petitioners in all
preliminary matters looking to the establishment of the district. This committee shall elect out of its members such officers as it deems necessary,
and shall keep a record of the committee's proceedings. The members of this committee shall receive for service such compensation as shall
be fixed by the county court, which shall be paid out of the funds of the district
when established in the same way as is provided for the payments of other just charges
against the district.
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