Section 11-55-13

Authority of cities or towns to acquire, etc., and lease facilities to United States Postal Service; issuance of bonds, etc., to finance acquisitions.

Any city or town in this state

(1) May acquire (by construction, purchase or otherwise), improve and equip land, buildings and other facilities for use by the United States Postal Service;

(2) May lease any such land, buildings or facilities to the United States Postal Service on such terms and conditions as shall be mutually agreeable to such city or town and the United States Postal Service;

(3) May borrow money for the purpose of financing the costs of any such acquisition, improvement and equipment;

(4) May issue, in evidence of such borrowing, bonds, warrants, notes or other securities (which such bonds, warrants, notes or other securities shall mature and come due not later than 30 years from their date but shall otherwise be issued in accordance with, and shall be subject to, applicable provisions of law);

(5) May borrow money and issue bonds, warrants, notes or other securities for the combined purpose of financing the costs of any such acquisition, improvement and equipment (or of refunding any bonds, warrants, notes or other securities theretofore issued therefor) and for any other lawful purpose or purposes; and

(6) May pledge for the payment of any such bonds, warrants, notes or other securities any taxes, licenses or revenues that it is authorized by law to pledge for the payment of bonded or other indebtedness.

(Acts 1984, No. 84-316, p. 734.)