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Chapter 257

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  257.250.  Contracts, procedure for letting — concessions, how granted. — Whenever the board of trustees lets contracts for necessary works or concessions, it shall be governed as follows:

  (1)  Contracts let for necessary works may be either as a whole or in parts, except that for works costing over five thousand dollars the board shall advertise and award same by open competitive letting and public contract as hereinafter provided:

  (a)  Advertisements calling for bids shall be published, once a week for three consecutive weeks, completed on date of last publication, in at least one newspaper of general circulation within the district.

  (b)  The board may let the contract to the lowest or best bidder having adequate experience, skill, plant equipment and responsibility and who shall give a good bond and sufficient bond, with a reputable surety company as security conditioned on the carrying out of the contract.

  (c)  Contracts shall be in writing and shall be accompanied by or shall refer to plans or specifications for the work to be done, or materials, services or equipment to be furnished.  All contracts shall be approved by the board of trustees and signed by a designated officer-trustee of the board and by the contractor, and shall be executed in duplicate.

  (d)  In case of a sudden emergency when it is necessary in the opinion of the board, in order to protect life or property within the district, the advertising of the contracts may be waived upon the consent of a majority of the board of trustees.

  (2)  Concessions may be granted or leased on, along, or between properties of the district for businesses serving people using the resources or facilities of the district, for definite periods, whenever the board deems it for the best interest and general welfare of the district.  All sums so collected shall be placed in the general fund.  No concession or privilege shall be granted or leased without public notice and competitive bidding therefor submitted in writing and accepted by the board of trustees, all in the same manner as provided in this section for contracts for necessary works.

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(L. 1959 S.B. 199 § 25)


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