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  204.624.  Costs, how met. — The cost of any reorganized common sewer district to acquire, construct, improve, or extend a sewerage system may be met:

  (1)  Through the expenditures by the common sewer district of any funds available for that purpose, including temporary or interim financing funds obtained through any federal or state loan program or from a local lending institution;

  (2)  From any other funds that may be obtained under any law of the state or of the United States or from any county or municipality for that purpose;

  (3)  From the proceeds of revenue bonds of the common sewer district, payable solely from the revenues to be derived from the operation of such sewerage system or from any combination of all the methods of providing funds;

  (4)  From the proceeds of general obligation bonds of the reorganized common sewer district, payable solely from voter-approved property taxes as provided for by law;

  (5)  From the proceeds of special obligation bonds of the reorganized common sewer district, payable solely from special fees or other revenues received by the district pledged for the purposes of payment of such bonds; or

  (6)  From the proceeds of user fees, charges, or other imposition for facilities and services provided by the district to its customers and users or the availability of services provided to persons, users, and customers within the district or who otherwise benefit from services provided by the district.

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(L. 2007 S.B. 22)


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