7-1-205. Service on more than one special purpose district board authorized in small communities -- definitions. (1) In a small community a person may serve on more than one special purpose district board, regardless of whether the person is appointed or elected as provided by law.
(2) (a) A person seeking election to more than one special purpose district board may run for more than one position only if the person runs unopposed for all potential positions.
(b) If a position was unopposed at the time the person filed for the position and later becomes opposed during the course of an election campaign, the person running for more than one special purpose district board shall choose to run for one preferred special purpose district board and withdraw candidacy from all other special purpose district board positions.
(3) For the purposes of this section, the following definitions apply:
(a) "Small community" means an area that fully encompasses more than one special purpose district and includes fewer than 500 electors, as defined in 13-1-101.
(b) "Special purpose district" has the meaning provided in 13-1-101.
(c) "Unopposed" means the number of candidates at the time of the election for each special purpose district board position is equal to or less than the number of positions available on each respective board.