2019 Wyoming Statutes
Title 16 - City, County, State and Local Powers
Chapter 1 - Intergovernmental Cooperation
Article 1 - In General
Section 16-1-107 - Financing of Joint Projects.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 16-1-107 (2019)

16-1-107. Financing of joint projects.

(a) Any joint project consisting of property or improvements or an interest therein to be owned by participating agencies or a joint powers board undertaken pursuant to this act may be financed:

(i) By the contribution of funds from one (1) or more participating agencies which would be available to each agency if proceeding individually;

(ii) By bond issues by one (1) or more participating agencies to construct, improve or acquire an interest in any facility in the same manner as bonds may be issued by the agency for its individual construction, improvement or acquisition of such a facility;

(iii) By revenue bonds issued by a joint powers board to be repaid solely from revenues provided by this section or any revenue received by a joint powers board from the ownership, lease or operation of property or interest in property owned, leased or controlled by the board. Revenue securities may be issued upon majority approval of the members of a joint powers board and may be executed and delivered at any time, in the form, denominations and amounts, and may be redeemed or repurchased prior to maturity with or without premium, and may bear interest as provided by resolution of a joint powers board authorizing the issue. These securities shall meet the procedural requirements and provisions of W.S. 35-2-425 through 35-2-428 as provided for the issuance of bonds by hospital districts;

(iv) By facilities privately owned and leased to two (2) or more agencies or a joint powers board if the lease agreement provides that upon termination of the lease agreement title to the facilities vests in the participating agencies;

(v) By gifts, donations or grants of federal money;

(vi) By industrial development project bonds issued pursuant to W.S. 15-1-701 et seq.

(b) The state treasurer with the approval of the governor may if fiscally prudent invest any permanent state funds in bonds or securities issued pursuant to this act.

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