(a) For the purpose of securing services of or the right to use or the use by its citizens or customers of one or more projects of a district, or aiding or cooperating with the district in the planning, development, undertaking, acquisition, construction, extension, improvement, financing, operation, or protection of a project, any county, municipality, or other political subdivision, public corporation, agency, or instrumentality of this state may, upon such terms and with or without consideration, as it may determine:
(1) Lend or donate money to, guarantee all or any part of the indebtedness or operating expense of, or perform services for the benefit of, the district.
(2) Donate, sell, convey, transfer, lease, or grant to the district, without the necessity of authorization at any election of qualified voters, any property of any kind, including, but without limitation, any project, any interest in any thereof, and any franchise.
(3) Contract with the district or enter into a lease under such terms as may be mutually agreeable, including a contract obligating it to purchase a certain service or product from the district for a stipulated price in a stipulated period of time, or to pay for such service or product whether or not it receives it, or lease all or a part of a project for a stipulated rental for a stipulated period of time, or to pay such rental whether or not the leased facilities are available to it.
(4) Do any and all things, whether or not specifically authorized in this section, not otherwise prohibited by law, that are necessary or convenient to aid and cooperate with the district in the planning, undertaking, acquisition, construction, financing, or operation of its projects.
(5) Pay, or provide for the payment of, the principal of or interest on any then outstanding bonds theretofore issued by the district, whether or not such principal and interest shall have then matured or become due, and any premium that may be payable upon redemption prior to maturity.
(6) Issue its bonds in order to provide moneys to make any loan, donation, or payment authorized in this subsection.
(7) Provide for payment of such bonds of the district by irrevocable trust fund created by agreement with a bank or trust company.
(b) Any bonds issued by a county or a municipality pursuant to authorization in this section may be either general obligations or special obligations payable solely from a specified source or sources, which source or sources may include any public revenues, or portions thereof, which the county or municipality may lawfully use for such purpose. Such county or municipality may pledge for payment of the principal of and interest on any such bonds that are general obligations any public revenues that may lawfully be used for such purpose and may pledge for the benefit of any such special obligations issued by it so much as may be necessary for said payment of the public revenues from which the said special obligations are made payable.
(c) Any such county or municipal bonds shall be in such form or forms and denomination or denominations, may bear no interest or such rate or rates of interest payable and evidenced in such manner and may have such maturities of principal all as may be provided by ordinance or resolution adopted by the governing body of the issuing county or municipality; provided, that:
(1) Any such bonds that are payable solely from public revenues of the character referred to in subdivision (4) of Section 11-81-16, shall not have a maturity date later than 50 years after their date.
(2) Any such bonds other than those described in subdivision (1) shall not have a maturity later than 30 years after their date. Any bonds issued pursuant to this section shall be made subject to redemption prior to maturity to the extent required by the provisions of Chapter 82 of this title, and any such bonds shall also be subject to, and shall be issued in accordance with, the applicable provisions of Articles 1 and 2 of Chapter 81 of this title, except that the maturities of any bonds issued under this section, the sources of the payment thereof and the pledges that may be made therefor shall be as herein specifically provided.
(d) The proceeds of any bonds issued by a county or a municipality for the purpose referred to in this section may be applied for payment of principal, interest, and redemption premium with respect to the district's bonds to be paid from such proceeds and the expenses of issuing such municipal or county bonds.