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  99.132.  Violations of city property maintenance code, liability — construction of new units (Kansas City). — 1.  The provisions of this section shall apply to housing authorities of any city with a population of more than four hundred fifty thousand inhabitants which is located in more than one county.

  2.  Notwithstanding the provisions of section 99.130, any such housing authority shall be liable for violations of the city property maintenance code in single-family or duplex units by tenants of the housing authority or by the housing authority.  The executive director of the housing authority, appointed pursuant to section 99.050, or, if no executive director is appointed, the chairman of the housing authority or, if a chairman is not designated, the senior member of the housing authority shall be the person held responsible for such violations, shall be the person upon whom service of process is served, and shall be subject to any penalty provided by law.

  3.  The housing authority shall make payments in lieu of taxes for any single-family or duplex unit to the school districts located wholly or partially within the city in the same amount as if such property were subject to taxation within such school district based on the latest assessed valuation of such property.

  4.  Subject to the provisions of subsection 5 of section 99.110, when the housing authority acquires, purchases or constructs additional single- or multiple-family units, all such acquisitions, purchases or construction, shall be scattered in such a manner that the additional units are divided proportionately among all school districts located wholly or partially within the city, in accordance with the proportion of each school district's population within the city to the population of the city as a whole, based upon the most current United States Bureau of the Census data.  Further, within all such school districts, except the urban school district the greater portion of which lies within the city, no additional unit may be acquired, purchased or constructed in any census tract, as defined by the Bureau of the Census, within a particular school district, except in the census tract or tracts wholly or partially located within the city, which have the least number of units within the school district.


(L. 1990 H.B. 1510)

Effective 6-14-90

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