different ways in order to initiate a vote on the cost-sharing formula. One would be by a written petition of at
least 10% of the number of voters voting in the last gubernatorial election
within the regional school unit.
|Another way would
be by the RSU Board itself. If the
majority of the full RSU board determined that changes in relative school
costs had resulted in inequities in cost sharing, it could develop a new
cost-sharing formula. Then the
proposed formula would be approved or rejected by residents of the RSU.
|If neither of
these two situations arise, the plan mandates that the RSU board review the
cost sharing formula no later than 2015.
Again, any changes in the formula will have to be approved by the