2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 8:103 — Anticipation of revenues; bonds or certificates; taxes

§103.  Anticipation of revenues; bonds or certificates; taxes

In order to provide a site or grounds and additions thereto and to provide and maintain streets, curbings, aisles, walkways, outside fences, drainage, and any building that may be needed for the use of a sexton or caretaker, as well as any electrical illumination needed, and to provide for the employment of a sexton or caretaker and the cutting of grass and the acquisition of and planting and care of trees, shrubbery and flowers, the governing authority of the municipality may either anticipate the revenues of the municipality or issue bonds or certificates based thereon as provided by law, or submit to the taxpayers at a special election to be called and held in the municipality by the governing authority, pursuant to the law, to vote negotiable bonds, within the limitations authorized by law, for any of the above purposes, and thereafter levy and collect taxes and pay and retire the bonds authorized at the election.

Acts 1974, No. 417, §1.

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