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  88.848.  When no bids received, city may construct sewer, tax bills. — Whenever the municipality advertises for bids for the construction of a new district sewer, as provided by law, and receives no bids therefor, the municipality may proceed to construct the sewer at its own expense and shall keep an accurate account of the amount expended for labor and materials used.  As soon as the district sewer has been completed the engineer or other officer having charge of the work shall compute the whole cost thereof and apportion the same against the lots, tracts or parcels of ground in proportion to the area of the whole district, exclusive of public highways, and the officer shall report the same to the governing body of the municipality by bill or otherwise.  The clerk shall issue tax bills, payable to the municipality, against each lot, tract or parcel of ground for the amount for which it is liable.  And when the tax bill made payable to the city, town or village is assigned, the municipality shall not be liable thereon in any court action in any manner as provided in section 88.826.


(L. 1959 S.B. 344 § 17)

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