2010 Tennessee Code
Title 7 - Consolidated Governments
Chapter 6 - Metropolitan GovernmentCelebration Authority Act
7-6-109 - Certain powers of creating municipality.
7-6-109. Certain powers of creating municipality.
(a) The creating municipality has all of the necessary power in order to further the purposes of this chapter, including, without limitation, any and all of which powers may be exercised by resolution of its governing body, the power to:
(1) Advance, donate or lend money or real or personal property to the authority;
(2) Provide that any funds on hand or to become available to it for celebration purposes shall be paid directly to the authority;
(3) Cause water, sewer, gas, electric or other utility services to be provided to the authority;
(4) Sell, lease, dedicate, donate or otherwise convey to the authority any of its interest in real or personal property, or grant easements, licenses or other rights or privileges therein to the authority; and
(5) Open and improve streets, roads and alleys at the request of the authority.
(b) None of the foregoing powers may be exercised either directly or indirectly by the municipality to provide real estate that had been condemned by eminent domain subsequent to May 30, 1979, while such real estate was in use as residential dwellings, it being the intent of this chapter that none of the power or authority created in this chapter and vested in either the creating municipality or the celebration authority to be created shall be exercised in such a way that real estate utilized in creating or carrying out the purposes or functions of the metropolitan celebration authority provided in § 7-6-104 shall have been condemned or acquired by eminent domain after May 30, 1979, while it was in use as residential dwellings.
[Acts 1979, ch. 389, § 9; T.C.A., § 6-3772.]
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