|129.02||[Repealed, 1989 c 220 s 6]|
|LAND EXCHANGES BY DISTRICTS IN CHIPPEWA FOREST|
|129.03||EXCHANGE TAX LAND FOR U.S. PROPERTY IN DISTRICT.|
|129.04||PRE-1955 CONVEYANCE IS VALID.|
|129.05||[Repealed, 1989 c 220 s 6]|
|129.06||[Repealed, 1989 c 220 s 6]|
|129.07||[Repealed, 1989 c 220 s 6]|
|129.08||[Repealed, 1989 c 220 s 6]|
|129.09||[Repealed, 1989 c 220 s 6]|
|129.10||[Repealed, 1989 c 220 s 6]|
|AGREEMENTS BY DISTRICTS ON STATE BORDER|
|129.11||WITH DISTRICT IN BORDERING STATE.|
|129.12||[Repealed, 1973 c 738 s 2]|
|129.121||Subdivisions renumbered, repealed, or no longer in effect|
|129.13||[Repealed, 1976 c 44 s 70]|
(a) This section applies to school districts that are partly or fully within the Chippewa National Forest.
(b) The school board of a school district may acquire tax-forfeited land to exchange it with the federal government for real or personal federal property in the school district.
If, before February 20, 1955, the state conveyed title to tax-forfeited land to a school district described in section 129.03 to exchange for federal property in the district, the conveyance is valid.
The school board of a school district bordering another state may enter into an agreement with the school board of a school district in the other state to erect, operate, and maintain school facilities jointly.
The agreement must comply with this section.
The agreement must be in the form and contain the terms prescribed by the Minnesota commissioner of education in a published order. An agreement cannot be submitted to a referendum by the people under subdivision 3 until the commissioner has approved it by endorsement on its face.
The endorsed agreement must be submitted in the manner provided by law to the voters of the school district. The referendum may be held at a special election called for the purpose or at an annual election.
These words or words with the same effect must be on the ballot:
"Your school district proposes to make an agreement with school district number ..... in ..... County, state of ..... to erect, operate, and maintain school facilities jointly. The Minnesota commissioner of education approves of the agreement. Do you approve of the agreement?
Facilities erected and maintained under the agreement may be in Minnesota or the other state.
To do what the agreement calls for, the Minnesota school district making the agreement may borrow money, levy taxes, issue bonds, and use the proceeds of the bonds. Chapter 475 must be followed.