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  92.418.  Proceeds of tax, how spent — minority businesses to be given consideration for contracts — when. — 1.  All moneys received by a city imposing a sales tax pursuant to sections 92.400 to 92.421, less two percent for the cost of handling, which shall be deposited in the city's general fund, shall be deposited by the city treasurer, or other city officer authorized by ordinance, in a special fund to be known as the "Public Mass Transportation Trust Fund" for the primary benefit of a public mass transportation system and motor pool operations operating within the city.

  2.  The moneys in the public mass transportation trust fund accumulated by the city beyond the end of the city's fiscal year in which such funds were collected, and not needed by the city to meet its contractual obligations to an interstate transportation authority or for motor pool operations, may be appropriated and paid directly to such interstate transportation authority to be used by the interstate transportation authority for its general purposes in providing a public mass transportation system within an interstate transportation district, or the city may appropriate and expend such excess funds for the purposes set forth in Section 30(a)(2), of Article IV, of the Constitution of Missouri, as amended.

  3.  A city may designate by contract from time to time with an interstate transportation authority to provide specific services, frequency of service, to underwrite a certain fare structure or for any purpose consistent with providing a sound public mass transportation system to serve the city, and the city shall appropriate and pay directly to the interstate transportation authority from the public mass transportation trust fund the amounts of money that the city finds is sufficient to enable the interstate transportation authority to perform its contractual obligations to the city, including intracommunity transit services, or a city may appropriate and pay all of the funds on deposit in a public mass transportation trust fund directly to an interstate transportation authority to be used by such interstate transportation authority for its general purposes in providing a public mass transportation system within an interstate transportation district.

  4.  Any provisions of sections 92.400 to 92.421 to the contrary notwithstanding, seven and one-half percent of the proceeds of any sales tax imposed under sections 92.400 to 92.421 that are appropriated and paid by a city to an interstate transportation authority shall be used only by the city and the interstate transportation authority for the purchase of new equipment, for the construction of public mass transportation facilities or for any other capital expenditures or improvements to the property of the interstate transportation authority, or to pay the interest or principal payments or to satisfy sinking fund requirements on any negotiable notes or bonds or other instruments in writing issued by the interstate transportation authority for any of the above purposes.

  5.  Ninety-two and one-half percent of the proceeds of any sales tax imposed under sections 92.400 to 92.421 that are appropriated and paid by a city to an interstate transportation authority shall be used to supply funds to be applied to the expenses of the organization and costs of operation of the public mass transportation system and the facilities thereof, and may be used to supply additional funds for capital expenditures as set forth in subsection 4 of this section.

  6.  Transportation authorities operating a public mass transportation system under sections 92.400 to 92.421 may provide for interior and exterior advertising on each vehicle for mass transportation purposes.

  7.  Transportation authorities operating a public mass transportation system under sections 92.400 to 92.421 shall set and attain goals for the inclusion of minority business enterprises as defined in section 37.013 for contracts in operating motor pools, construction, repairs and related projects for the public mass transportation system.  The attainment of such goals on these contracts shall be based on the availability of minority-owned businesses operating within the city that perform the services for which such contract is to be awarded.  

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(L. 1971 S.B. 147 § 10, A.L. 1973 H.B. 64, A.L. 1975 1st Ex. Sess. S.B. 1, A.L. 1979 H.B. 367, A.L. 1983 S.B. 25, A.L. 1991 H.B. 29 merged with S.B. 119, A.L. 2000 S.B. 881, A.L. 2003 H.B. 122 & 80)

(1981) Held, that statute requiring area transportation authority to provide for interior and exterior advertising on each vehicle was not a unilateral act in derogation of interstate compact between Missouri and Kansas under which authority was established. Kansas City Area Transportation Authority v. State of Missouri (8th Cir.), 640 F.2d 173.


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