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41-2417. State aid to detention fund; definition

A. The state aid to detention fund is established for the purposes of providing state assistance to counties in maintaining, expanding and operating juvenile detention centers required by section 8-305. On behalf of the juvenile court, the administrative office of the courts may use monies in the fund to enter into agreements with public agencies or private entities to acquire land for, build, purchase, lease-purchase, lease, maintain, expand or operate juvenile detention centers required by section 8-305. The fund consists of monies appropriated to the fund. The supreme court shall administer the fund.

B. Monies in the fund are exempt from the provisions of section 35-190 relating to lapsing of appropriations and are continuously appropriated. Interest earned on monies in the fund shall be used for the purpose specified in subsection A of this section.

C. All monies distributed or expended from the fund shall be used to supplement, not supplant, funding to the juvenile court by the county. Unless a county has reached its expenditure limit, the county shall contribute to the project in a substantial amount through a cash or in-kind contribution.

D. Monies in the fund granted to a county by agreement with the supreme court may be used to secure payment of bonds for the construction, acquisition or improvement of a juvenile detention center required by section 8-305. A county board of supervisors may authorize the bonds notwithstanding any statutory debt limitations or budget requirements applicable to the county. Grant monies used to secure bonds shall be placed by the county treasurer in a special account that may be pledged or assigned to or in trust for the benefit of bondholders as is necessary to pay and secure payment of the principal of, and interest and premium, if any, on, the bonds as they come due. These bonds shall be administered in the manner provided in title 11, chapter 2, article 5. All principal and interest on bonds issued by a county under this section are payable solely out of monies from the state aid to detention fund established by this section to that county and shall not be a general obligation of the county.

E. Monies granted to a county by agreement with the supreme court under this section may be used to secure grant anticipation notes that a county board of supervisors shall be authorized to issue in the manner provided by title 35, chapter 3, article 3.2.

F. For the purposes of this section, "public agencies" has the same meaning as prescribed in section 11-951.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2417

41-2417. State aid to detention fund; definition

A. The state aid to detention fund is established for the purposes of providing state assistance to counties in maintaining, expanding and operating juvenile detention centers required by section 8-305. On behalf of the juvenile court, the administrative office of the courts may use monies in the fund to enter into agreements with public agencies or private entities to acquire land for, build, purchase, lease-purchase, lease, maintain, expand or operate juvenile detention centers required by section 8-305. The fund consists of monies appropriated to the fund. The supreme court shall administer the fund.

B. Monies in the fund are exempt from the provisions of section 35-190 relating to lapsing of appropriations and are continuously appropriated. Interest earned on monies in the fund shall be used for the purpose specified in subsection A of this section.

C. All monies distributed or expended from the fund shall be used to supplement, not supplant, funding to the juvenile court by the county. Unless a county has reached its expenditure limit, the county shall contribute to the project in a substantial amount through a cash or in-kind contribution.

D. Monies in the fund granted to a county by agreement with the supreme court may be used to secure payment of bonds for the construction, acquisition or improvement of a juvenile detention center required by section 8-305. A county board of supervisors may authorize the bonds notwithstanding any statutory debt limitations or budget requirements applicable to the county. Grant monies used to secure bonds shall be placed by the county treasurer in a special account that may be pledged or assigned to or in trust for the benefit of bondholders as is necessary to pay and secure payment of the principal of, and interest and premium, if any, on, the bonds as they come due. These bonds shall be administered in the manner provided in title 11, chapter 2, article 5. All principal and interest on bonds issued by a county under this section are payable solely out of monies from the state aid to detention fund established by this section to that county and shall not be a general obligation of the county.

E. Monies granted to a county by agreement with the supreme court under this section may be used to secure grant anticipation notes that a county board of supervisors shall be authorized to issue in the manner provided by title 35, chapter 3, article 3.2.

F. For the purposes of this section, "public agencies" has the same meaning as prescribed in section 11-951.


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2417

41-2417. State aid to detention fund; definition

A. The state aid to detention fund is established for the purposes of providing state assistance to counties in maintaining, expanding and operating juvenile detention centers required by section 8-305. On behalf of the juvenile court, the administrative office of the courts may use monies in the fund to enter into agreements with public agencies or private entities to acquire land for, build, purchase, lease-purchase, lease, maintain, expand or operate juvenile detention centers required by section 8-305. The fund consists of monies appropriated to the fund. The supreme court shall administer the fund.

B. Monies in the fund are exempt from the provisions of section 35-190 relating to lapsing of appropriations and are continuously appropriated. Interest earned on monies in the fund shall be used for the purpose specified in subsection A of this section.

C. All monies distributed or expended from the fund shall be used to supplement, not supplant, funding to the juvenile court by the county. Unless a county has reached its expenditure limit, the county shall contribute to the project in a substantial amount through a cash or in-kind contribution.

D. Monies in the fund granted to a county by agreement with the supreme court may be used to secure payment of bonds for the construction, acquisition or improvement of a juvenile detention center required by section 8-305. A county board of supervisors may authorize the bonds notwithstanding any statutory debt limitations or budget requirements applicable to the county. Grant monies used to secure bonds shall be placed by the county treasurer in a special account that may be pledged or assigned to or in trust for the benefit of bondholders as is necessary to pay and secure payment of the principal of, and interest and premium, if any, on, the bonds as they come due. These bonds shall be administered in the manner provided in title 11, chapter 2, article 5. All principal and interest on bonds issued by a county under this section are payable solely out of monies from the state aid to detention fund established by this section to that county and shall not be a general obligation of the county.

E. Monies granted to a county by agreement with the supreme court under this section may be used to secure grant anticipation notes that a county board of supervisors shall be authorized to issue in the manner provided by title 35, chapter 3, article 3.2.

F. For the purposes of this section, "public agencies" has the same meaning as prescribed in section 11-951.

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