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     13-16-6.3.   Hearing on installment purchase, lease-purchase or capital outlay certificates--Approval or reference to voters. Any proposed installment purchase contract, lease-purchase, or issue of capital outlay certificates authorized pursuant to § 13-16-6 or 13-16-6.2 which will obligate the school district for future payments on the principal, the total of which will exceed one and one-half percent of the taxable valuation of taxable property within the district, may not be entered into, or certificates issued, unless prior thereto the school board conducts a public hearing thereon after having given notice by publication at least twice in its official newspaper at least ten days before the hearing. Upon the hearing the board may approve the action or may refer the matter to the voters of the district.

Source: SL 1973, ch 91, § 2; SDCL, § 13-16-6.2; SL 1978, ch 109, § 3; SL 1989, ch 146, § 5.


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