Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 83.djvu/55
83 STAT. ]
PUBLIC LAW 91-21-JUNE 3, 1969
"b. I n installments over a period of not more than twenty years, each of which is appropriated, allocated, and raised by the interstate district in the same manner as an appropriation for operating expenses. "c. By an agreement to assume or reimburse the member district for all principal and interest on any outstanding indebtedness originally incurred by the member district to finance the acquisition and improvement of the property, each such installment to be appropriated, allocated, and raised by the interstate district in the same manner as an appropriation for operating expenses. "The member district transferring the property shall have the same obligation to pay to the interstate district its share of the cost of such acquisition, but may offset its right to reimbursement. "ARTICLE IX "AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT
"A. Amendments to the articles of agreement may be adopted in the same manner provided for the adoption of the original articles of agreement, except that: "a. Unless the amendment calls for the addition of a new member district, the functions of the planning committee shall be carried out by the imterstait© district board of directors. "b. I f the amendment proposes the addition of a new member district, the planning committee shall consist of all of the members of the interstate board and all of the members of the school board of the proposed new member district or districts. I n such case the amendment shall he submitted to the voters at an interstate district meeting, at which an affirmative vote of two-thirds of those present and voting shall be required. The articles of agreement together with the proposed amendment shall be submitted to the voters of the proposed new member district at a meeting thereof, at which a simple majority of those present and voting shall be required. "c. I n all cases an amendment may be adopted on the part of an interstate district upon the affirmative vote of voters thereof at a meeting voting as one body. Except where the amendment proposes the admission of a new member district, a simple majority of those present and voting shall be required for adoption. "d. No amendment to the articles of agreement may impair the rights of bond or note holders or the power of the interstate district to procure the means for their payment. "ARTICLE X "APPLICABILITY or NEW HAMPSHIRE LAWS "A.
GENERAL SCHOOL LAWS.—With respect to the operation and
maintenance of any school of the district located in New Hampshire, the provisions of New Hampshire law shall apply except as otherwise provided in this compact and except that the powers and duties of the school board shall be exercised and discharged by the interstate board and the powers and duties of the union superintendent shall be exercised and discharged by the interstate district superintendent. " B. NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE A I D. — A New Hampshire school district shall be entitled to receive an amount of state aid for operating expenditures as though its share of the interstate district's expenses were the expenses of the New Hampshire member district, and as though the New Hampshire member district pupils attending the interstate school were attending a New Hampshire cooperative school district's school.