CHAPTER 105a
MUNICIPAL SPECIAL SERVICES DISTRICTS

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Sec. 7-339n. Powers of special services district.

      Sec. 7-339n. Powers of special services district. A special services district shall constitute a body politic and corporate and the ordinance establishing such a district shall confer upon such district such of the following powers as are provided in the ordinance: (1) To sue and be sued; (2) to acquire, hold and convey any estate, real or personal; (3) to contract; (4) to borrow money, provided any obligation incurred for this purpose shall be discharged in accordance with the provisions of the ordinance establishing such district not more than seven years after it was incurred, and such district may pledge any revenues to be received pursuant to section 7-339r against any such obligation; (5) to recommend to the legislative body of the municipality in which such district is located the imposition of a levy upon the taxable interests in real property within such district, the revenues from which may be used in carrying out any of the powers of such district; (6) to construct, own, operate and maintain public or common improvements; and (7) to provide, within such district, some or all of the other services which such municipality is authorized to provide therein, except that no such ordinance may confer upon any such district the power to provide elementary or secondary public education services, and provided further no such ordinance may confer upon any such district the power to provide services which are then being provided within any portion of the area included in such district by any multitown body or authority.

      (P.A. 73-621, S. 2; P.A. 07-154, S. 4; 07-196, S. 6.)

      History: P.A. 07-154 replaced alphabetic Subdiv. designators with numeric Subdiv. designators and in Subdiv. (4) changed date for repayment of any loan from 1 year to 7 years, effective September 1, 2007; P.A. 07-196 provided that obligations shall be discharged in accordance with the ordinance establishing the district not more than 7 years after incurred, and that the district may construct, own, operate and maintain common improvements.

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