Review of zone boundaries
Any elector of a district aggrieved by the adjustment of or failure to adjust boundaries of a zone pursuant to ORS 341.175 (Adjustment of zone boundaries) on the basis that population is not as nearly equal as is feasible is entitled to appear before the board at a public hearing to present the case. If the board refuses to make the requested adjustment in the boundaries, the aggrieved elector may appeal from the decision of the board to the circuit court. The appeal shall be by writ of review. [1971 c.513 §29; 1983 c.350 §200]
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