Kentucky Revised Statutes
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.010 Authority of water districts and cities of the home rule class to acquire and operate waterworks. (Effective January 1, 2015)
.010 Authority of water districts and cities not of the first class to acquire and operate waterworks. (Effective until January 1, 2015)
.020 Authority to acquire sewerage system with water system.
.030 Provisions of chapter are alternative.
.040 Agreement as to purchase price of waterworks.
.050 Authority to borrow money and issue bonds.
.060 Interest and payment of bonds.
.070 Bonds negotiable -- Sale -- Nonliability of city.
.080 Proceeds of bonds not to be diverted -- Lien on waterworks property.
.090 Remedies of bondholders.
.100 Procedure in case of default.
.110 Pledge of income and revenue -- Form of resolution or ordinance.
.120 Transfer of surplus in operating and maintenance funds to depreciation account.
.130 Expenditure of depreciation account funds.
.140 City to pay charges for waterworks service.
.150 Funding bonds.
.160 Additional bonds.
.170 Additional bonds for extensions and permanent improvements.
.180 Authority to provide for administration and security of bondholders.
.190 Setting aside of fund equal to amount of secured debt or charge.
.200 Procedure for sale, conveyance, rental, or lease of city-owned waterworks system. (Effective until January 1, 2015)
.200 Procedure for sale, conveyance, rental, or lease of waterworks system owned by city of the home rule class. (Effective January 1, 2015)
.210 Powers and functions of water district commissioners and city legislative bodies.
.220 Power of eminent domain.
.230 Procedure for condemnation.
.240 Repealed, 1976.
.250 Limitation on right to challenge validity of resolution or ordinance.
.260 Form of bonds -- Improvement or refunding bonds -- Negotiability -- Procedure for sale.
.270 Public Service Commission and other state agencies to have no jurisdiction over waterworks.