Such districts may also be organized upon the adoption by the county commissioners
of a resolution of intention so to do, in lieu of the procedure hereinbefore provided
for the presentation of petitions. In the event the county commissioners adopt a resolution of intention, such resolution
shall describe the boundaries of the proposed district and shall set a time and place
at which they will consider the organization of the district, and shall state that
all persons interested may appear and be heard. Such resolution of intention shall be published in the same manner and for the same
length of time as a petition.
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