2009 Connecticut Code
Sec. 7-130e. Municipalities may grant property and money to authority. Each
participating municipality may (a) transfer jurisdiction over, lease, lend, grant or convey
to the authority at its request, with or without consideration, such real or personal property as may be necessary or desirable to carry out the purposes of the authority, upon
such terms and conditions as the legislative body of such municipality determines to be
for its best interests; and (b) make appropriations and provide funds for any purpose of
the authority, including the acquisition, construction, improvement and operation of
any project or facilities thereof and payment of principal and interest on its indebtedness.
Title 7 Municipalities
Chapter 97 Municipalities: General Provisions
Sec. 7-130e. Municipalities may grant property and money to authority.
(February, 1965, P.A. 460, S. 5.)
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