(a) For the purpose of providing funds to pay the cost of street and sidewalk improvements, sanitary or storm water sewers or sewer systems, including treatment and disposal plants and water service connections, or other improvements, whether of a like or any different kind, the cost of which, in whole or in part, is proposed to be assessed against the property abutting on said street or sidewalk improved or drained, serviced or benefited by such sanitary or storm water sewer or sewer system or water service connection or served, improved, increased in value or otherwise specially benefited by such improvement, for which purpose the Constitution may now or hereafter permit the issuance of bonds without an election, the governing body of any municipality may, without an election, from time to time, issue bonds of such municipality not in excess of the cost of the improvements as estimated at the time of the issue of the said bonds if said bonds are issued prior to the completion or during the construction of said improvements. If said bonds are issued after the work is completed, such bonds shall not exceed in the aggregate the total cost of the improvements.
(b) The governing body of such municipality may pledge as security for such bonds the proceeds of the assessments made or to be made against the property benefited and may transfer and assign for the benefit of the bondholders the lien of the municipality thereon with power to enforce the same. The making of one loan or the issue of one series of bonds shall not exhaust the power of the municipality to provide sufficient funds for the completion of the improvement.
(c) No irregularities or technical defects in the proceedings relating to the making of the improvements shall prevent the issue of bonds under subsection (a) of this section.