7-2-2804. Order for election -- registered electors entitled to vote. (1) Upon execution of an interlocal agreement under 7-2-2803(2), the boards of county commissioners in the adjoining counties for which boundary changes are proposed shall, after providing public notice pursuant to 7-1-2121 in the county seat of each adjoining county, hold a public hearing in the area proposed to be moved from one county to another in order to accept comment on the proposed cost of compliance with 7-2-2807 as stated in the interlocal agreement pursuant to 7-2-2803(2). After the public hearing, the boards of county commissioners shall order and give notice of an election to be held for the purpose of determining whether or not to change the boundaries of the adjoining counties.
(2) All registered electors of the adjoining counties are entitled to vote at the election.
(3) The notice must require that the ballot contain the legal description of the proposed boundary change, together with any descriptive name or names for the property that may be in common use.
(4) The election must be conducted in conformance with Title 13, chapter 1, part 4.