Section 11-50-97

Making of loans and issuance of bonds to pay for sewers or sewer system.

The council may borrow money on the faith and credit of the city or town, executing the note of the city or town therefor and pledging as security for such loan the proceeds of the proposed assessments thereafter to be made as provided in this division, and such sum or sums so borrowed the council may advance in payment or part payment of the cost of such sewer or sewers or sewer system; and, upon the expiration of 30 days after the assessment for the cost of the same shall have been made final, the council may then issue and sell bonds for such amount as may be necessary, after deducting the amount paid by property owners, to pay the cost of such sewers or sewer system, including such amounts as may have been borrowed for the purpose, and all interest and other expenses incurred in and about the purchase of the same. The council may provide in its contract with the owner or owners of the sewer, sewers or sewer system that such bonds are to be received in payment of the purchase price of such sewers or sewer system and, in such case, upon the expiration of 30 days after the assessment of the cost of the same, the council may, by resolution or ordinance, authorize the delivery of the bonds to said owner or owners in accordance with said contract.

(Acts 1923, No. 165, p. 134; Code 1923, §2110; Code 1940, T. 37, §635.)