Annexation of enclave
When territory not part of another port or wholly belonging to the state or federal government is surrounded by the boundaries of a port, the board of the surrounding port may, by resolution, annex the territory to the port with or without the consent of any resident or owner of property within the territory and without submitting the proposed annexation to the electors for approval. [1963 c.268 §13; 1971 c.728 §52]
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