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  49.303.  Disposition of garbage and refuse by constitutional charter county — plants, how financed. — 1.  Whenever the county council or other legislative authority of any first class county having a constitutional charter finds it necessary for the protection of the public health to construct and operate incinerators or composting plants for the destruction of garbage, trash, cinders, refuse matter and waste, the county is hereby authorized to acquire land by gift, purchase, exchange or by the exercise of the power of eminent domain; to construct and operate incinerators or composting plants thereon for the destruction of garbage, trash, cinders, refuse matter and waste; to construct, lease or otherwise provide facilities and equipment for the deposit of material after its collection and for the transfer and transportation of the material to an incinerator or composting plant or landfill; and to make a charge for the use of the facilities for such purposes.

  2.  Any such constitutional charter county may finance and pay for the planning, designing, acquisition, construction, equipment and improvement of property for the purpose provided in subsection 1, by any one or combination of the following methods:

  (1)  General revenue funds, including any proceeds derived from the operation of such incinerators or composting plants or transfer facilities;

  (2)  General obligation bonds within legal debt limitations;

  (3)  Negotiable interest-bearing revenue bonds, the principal and interest of which shall be payable solely from the revenue derived from the operation of such facilities, which revenue bonds may be issued and sold by such constitutional charter county when authorized by the county council or other legislative authority of the county.

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(L. 1961 p. 277 § 1)


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