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The 2023 Florida Statutes (including Special Session C)

Title XIII
Chapter 189
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F.S. 189.0652
189.0652 Oversight of special districts created by local ordinance or enacted by local resolution.
(1) This section applies to any special district created by local ordinance or enacted by local resolution.
(2) If a special district fails to file required reports or requested information under s. 11.45(6) or (7), s. 218.32, s. 218.38(3), s. 218.39, or s. 218.503(3) with the appropriate state agency or office, the chair or equivalent of the local general-purpose government may convene a public hearing on the issue of such noncompliance, as well as general oversight of the special district as provided in s. 189.068, within 3 months after receipt of notice of noncompliance from the Legislative Auditing Committee. Within 30 days after receiving written notice of noncompliance, the local general-purpose government shall notify the Legislative Auditing Committee as to whether a hearing under this section will be held and, if so, provide the date, time, and place of the hearing.
(3) If the local general-purpose government convenes a public hearing under subsection (2), it shall provide the department and the Legislative Auditing Committee with a report containing its findings and conclusions within 60 days after completion of the public hearing.
History.s. 52, ch. 2014-22; s. 9, ch. 2016-22.
Note.Former s. 189.035.