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  260.208.  Contracts with specified parties prohibited, when — notice of certain convictions required, penalty. — No city, county, district, authority or other political subdivision of this state shall enter into a contract or other arrangement for solid waste management services with any person who has been convicted as set out in section 260.207, which convictions occur after August 28, 1990, and within any five-year period, except that the prohibitions of this section shall not apply to any person convicted as provided in section 260.207 after five years have elapsed from the most recent conviction.  Any person submitting a bid to a city, county, district, authority or other political subdivision for a contract to provide solid waste management services who, after August 28, 1990, has been convicted of crimes which have the effect of limiting competition as set out in section 260.207, shall notify the city, county, district, authority or other political subdivision of such conviction with the submission of the bid.  Any person with a contract for solid waste management services with a city, county, district, authority or other political subdivision of this state who is convicted of crimes which would have the effect of limiting competition as set out in section 260.207, shall notify the city, county, district, authority or other political subdivision of such conviction within thirty days of the conviction.  Failure to notify the city, county, district, authority, or other political subdivision as required in this section is a class E felony and subject to a fine of one thousand dollars per day for each day unreported.

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(L. 1990 S.B. 530, A.L. 2014 S.B. 491)

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