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Exemption from taxation and payments in lieu of taxes. Conveyance by authorities to municipalities or school districts of established projects. Revival of an expired authority. Chapter 56 was added June 19,P. Special Provisions in Appendix.
See sections 2 and 4 of Act 22 of in the appendix to this title for special provisions relating to applicability to authorities incorporated under former laws and continuation of Municipality Authorities Act of Chapter 56 is referred to in sections13B53 of Title 4 Amusements ; section Short title of chapter.
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the Municipality Authorities Act.
The following words and phrases when used in this chapter shall have the meanings given to them in this section unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: Improvements shall not be made to property not acquired by purchase or lease other than those improvements made within a right-of-way.
The term "to construct" shall mean and include to acquire and to construct, all in such manner as may be deemed desirable. The term "to improve" shall mean and include to extend, to enlarge and to improve all in such manner as may be deemed desirable. Nothing in this chapter shall prohibit the borrowing of working capital as may be necessary or incidental to the undertaking or placing in operation of any project undertaken in whole or in part pursuant to this chapter.
Act amended the defs. The act of May 2, P. The Department of Public Welfare, referred to in this section, was redesignated as the Department of Human Services by Act of Section is referred to in section No such resolution or ordinance shall be adopted until after a public hearing has been held, the notice of which shall be given at least 30 days before the hearing and in the same manner as provided in subsection b for the giving of notice of the adoption of the resolution or ordinance.
The notice shall contain a brief statement of the substance of the resolution or ordinance, including the substance of the articles making reference to this chapter. In the case of authorities created for the purpose of making business improvements or providing administrative services, if appropriate, the notice shall specifically provide that the municipality or municipalities have retained the right which exists under this chapter to approve any plan of the authority.
The notice shall state that on a day certain, not less than three days after publication of the notice, articles of incorporation of the proposed authority shall be filed with the Secretary of the Commonwealth.
No municipality shall be required to make any other publication of the resolution or ordinance under the provisions of existing law. The articles of incorporation shall set forth: If any one or more of the municipalities have already joined with other municipalities not composing the same group in organizing a joint authority, the application shall set forth the name of that authority together with the names of the municipalities joining in it.Although the content, presentation, and basis of accounting may vary according to the reporting requirements of Statement 34, the basic elements of the financial statements remain the same.
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