(a) The district may be dissolved only on approval of a majority of the voters voting
in an election held for that purpose.
(b) The board may order an election on the question of dissolving the district and
disposing of the district's assets and obligations.
(c) The board shall order an election if the board receives a petition requesting
an election that is signed by a number of residents of the district equal to at least
15 percent of the registered voters in the district.
(d) The election shall be held not later than the 60th day after the date the election
(e) The order calling the election must state:
(1) the nature of the election, including the proposition to appear on the ballot;
(2) the date of the election;
(3) the hours during which the polls will be open; and
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