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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9861-9870



9861.  In a district containing an improvement district the
directors and all of the officers of the district each respectively
has all the rights, powers, and privileges as to the improvement
district, its real property, and the proceedings in relation to the
improvement district that each respectively has for the district of
which the improvement district is a part including the right of the
district to acquire, own, and hold property.



9862.  The directors may also hold property used or acquired in
connection with the improvement in the name of the directors and
their successors in office as trustees for the improvement district.



9863.  The directors of a district in which an improvement district
exists may allow on terms that may be agreed upon any person to carry
water through any conduit for the improvement of which the
improvement district was formed and may cancel the right in the event
that payments are not made in accordance with the agreed terms.




9864.  The work of improvement provided for in this chapter and the
purchase of all supplies, material, and equipment therefor shall be
performed by the district, or in the discretion of the directors
contracts may be made for the work and material after notice calling
for bids, as prescribed by the directors.



9865.  The directors may, in lieu in whole or in part of levying
assessments for the operation of improvement district works, fix and
collect reasonable charges for the use of water or for any other
service furnished by means of the improvement district works.




9866.  All such tolls, connections charges, and additional
assessments shall be held and applied upon and reduce the last
installment or installments of the improvement district assessment.



9867.  The directors may provide for the maintenance and operation
of the works of an improvement district from the funds of the
resource conservation district in lieu of levying further improvement
district assessments for such purposes.


9868.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this code, the
directors of a district in which an improvement district exists may
establish facilities use charges for the use of the facilities in
such improvement district and, in establishing such charges, may
provide that water shall be furnished or delivered through such
facilities only to lands and real property in such improvement
district in respect of which such facilities use charges or annual
installments thereof, fixed as provided in this section, shall have
been paid in advance. Such facilities use charges shall be in amounts
equal to the respective amounts of the assessments theretofore
levied against the real property in such improvement district for the
purpose of providing such facilities. In establishing such charges
the directors shall provide (a) that payment in full of any such
assessment shall constitute payment in advance in full of such
facilities use charge; (b) that all facilities use charges not so
paid in advance in full shall be payable in annual installments, each
such annual installment to be equal in amount to (i) the annual
installment of the unpaid assessment theretofore levied against the
real property in respect of which such charge is payable and due on
or before the next succeeding November 20th plus interest thereon at
the rate provided in the order levying such assessment plus 10
percent in addition (added for anticipated delinquencies), plus (ii)
all delinquent annual installments, if any, of such unpaid assessment
together with penalties and interest at said rate on such delinquent
installments; and (c) that payment of any annual installment of any
such facilities use charge shall constitute payment in full of the
annual installment of such unpaid assessment due on or before the
next succeeding November 20th and of all delinquent annual
installments, if any, of such unpaid assessment.



9869.  On behalf of an improvement district the directors may do any
or all acts necessary or desirable to carry out the purposes of the
improvement district, including, but not limited to any or all of the
following:
   (a) Acquire without cost to the United States such land,
easements, or rights-of-way as will be needed in connection with
improvements installed or constructed with the financial assistance
of the United States;
   (b) Assume such share of the cost of installing or constructing
any improvements involving the financial assistance of the United
States as are equitable in consideration of the anticipated benefits
from such improvements;
   (c) Defray the costs of operation and maintenance of such works of
improvement in accordance with such terms as may be agreed upon;
   (d) Acquire, or provide assurance that the district, the
improvement district, or the owners of real property have acquired,
such water rights as may be needed in the installation and operation
of the work of improvment;
   (e) Obtain agreements to carry out soil conservation measures and
proper farm plans from owners of real property in connection with
such a work of improvement.


9870.  On behalf of an improvement district, the directors may
cooperate and contract with the United States, or with any officer,
department, bureau, or agency thereof, to accomplish any of the
purposes of the improvement district, or to exercise any of the
powers of the directors in relation to such improvement districts.



State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 9861-9870

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9861-9870



9861.  In a district containing an improvement district the
directors and all of the officers of the district each respectively
has all the rights, powers, and privileges as to the improvement
district, its real property, and the proceedings in relation to the
improvement district that each respectively has for the district of
which the improvement district is a part including the right of the
district to acquire, own, and hold property.



9862.  The directors may also hold property used or acquired in
connection with the improvement in the name of the directors and
their successors in office as trustees for the improvement district.



9863.  The directors of a district in which an improvement district
exists may allow on terms that may be agreed upon any person to carry
water through any conduit for the improvement of which the
improvement district was formed and may cancel the right in the event
that payments are not made in accordance with the agreed terms.




9864.  The work of improvement provided for in this chapter and the
purchase of all supplies, material, and equipment therefor shall be
performed by the district, or in the discretion of the directors
contracts may be made for the work and material after notice calling
for bids, as prescribed by the directors.



9865.  The directors may, in lieu in whole or in part of levying
assessments for the operation of improvement district works, fix and
collect reasonable charges for the use of water or for any other
service furnished by means of the improvement district works.




9866.  All such tolls, connections charges, and additional
assessments shall be held and applied upon and reduce the last
installment or installments of the improvement district assessment.



9867.  The directors may provide for the maintenance and operation
of the works of an improvement district from the funds of the
resource conservation district in lieu of levying further improvement
district assessments for such purposes.


9868.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this code, the
directors of a district in which an improvement district exists may
establish facilities use charges for the use of the facilities in
such improvement district and, in establishing such charges, may
provide that water shall be furnished or delivered through such
facilities only to lands and real property in such improvement
district in respect of which such facilities use charges or annual
installments thereof, fixed as provided in this section, shall have
been paid in advance. Such facilities use charges shall be in amounts
equal to the respective amounts of the assessments theretofore
levied against the real property in such improvement district for the
purpose of providing such facilities. In establishing such charges
the directors shall provide (a) that payment in full of any such
assessment shall constitute payment in advance in full of such
facilities use charge; (b) that all facilities use charges not so
paid in advance in full shall be payable in annual installments, each
such annual installment to be equal in amount to (i) the annual
installment of the unpaid assessment theretofore levied against the
real property in respect of which such charge is payable and due on
or before the next succeeding November 20th plus interest thereon at
the rate provided in the order levying such assessment plus 10
percent in addition (added for anticipated delinquencies), plus (ii)
all delinquent annual installments, if any, of such unpaid assessment
together with penalties and interest at said rate on such delinquent
installments; and (c) that payment of any annual installment of any
such facilities use charge shall constitute payment in full of the
annual installment of such unpaid assessment due on or before the
next succeeding November 20th and of all delinquent annual
installments, if any, of such unpaid assessment.



9869.  On behalf of an improvement district the directors may do any
or all acts necessary or desirable to carry out the purposes of the
improvement district, including, but not limited to any or all of the
following:
   (a) Acquire without cost to the United States such land,
easements, or rights-of-way as will be needed in connection with
improvements installed or constructed with the financial assistance
of the United States;
   (b) Assume such share of the cost of installing or constructing
any improvements involving the financial assistance of the United
States as are equitable in consideration of the anticipated benefits
from such improvements;
   (c) Defray the costs of operation and maintenance of such works of
improvement in accordance with such terms as may be agreed upon;
   (d) Acquire, or provide assurance that the district, the
improvement district, or the owners of real property have acquired,
such water rights as may be needed in the installation and operation
of the work of improvment;
   (e) Obtain agreements to carry out soil conservation measures and
proper farm plans from owners of real property in connection with
such a work of improvement.


9870.  On behalf of an improvement district, the directors may
cooperate and contract with the United States, or with any officer,
department, bureau, or agency thereof, to accomplish any of the
purposes of the improvement district, or to exercise any of the
powers of the directors in relation to such improvement districts.




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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 9861-9870

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9861-9870



9861.  In a district containing an improvement district the
directors and all of the officers of the district each respectively
has all the rights, powers, and privileges as to the improvement
district, its real property, and the proceedings in relation to the
improvement district that each respectively has for the district of
which the improvement district is a part including the right of the
district to acquire, own, and hold property.



9862.  The directors may also hold property used or acquired in
connection with the improvement in the name of the directors and
their successors in office as trustees for the improvement district.



9863.  The directors of a district in which an improvement district
exists may allow on terms that may be agreed upon any person to carry
water through any conduit for the improvement of which the
improvement district was formed and may cancel the right in the event
that payments are not made in accordance with the agreed terms.




9864.  The work of improvement provided for in this chapter and the
purchase of all supplies, material, and equipment therefor shall be
performed by the district, or in the discretion of the directors
contracts may be made for the work and material after notice calling
for bids, as prescribed by the directors.



9865.  The directors may, in lieu in whole or in part of levying
assessments for the operation of improvement district works, fix and
collect reasonable charges for the use of water or for any other
service furnished by means of the improvement district works.




9866.  All such tolls, connections charges, and additional
assessments shall be held and applied upon and reduce the last
installment or installments of the improvement district assessment.



9867.  The directors may provide for the maintenance and operation
of the works of an improvement district from the funds of the
resource conservation district in lieu of levying further improvement
district assessments for such purposes.


9868.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this code, the
directors of a district in which an improvement district exists may
establish facilities use charges for the use of the facilities in
such improvement district and, in establishing such charges, may
provide that water shall be furnished or delivered through such
facilities only to lands and real property in such improvement
district in respect of which such facilities use charges or annual
installments thereof, fixed as provided in this section, shall have
been paid in advance. Such facilities use charges shall be in amounts
equal to the respective amounts of the assessments theretofore
levied against the real property in such improvement district for the
purpose of providing such facilities. In establishing such charges
the directors shall provide (a) that payment in full of any such
assessment shall constitute payment in advance in full of such
facilities use charge; (b) that all facilities use charges not so
paid in advance in full shall be payable in annual installments, each
such annual installment to be equal in amount to (i) the annual
installment of the unpaid assessment theretofore levied against the
real property in respect of which such charge is payable and due on
or before the next succeeding November 20th plus interest thereon at
the rate provided in the order levying such assessment plus 10
percent in addition (added for anticipated delinquencies), plus (ii)
all delinquent annual installments, if any, of such unpaid assessment
together with penalties and interest at said rate on such delinquent
installments; and (c) that payment of any annual installment of any
such facilities use charge shall constitute payment in full of the
annual installment of such unpaid assessment due on or before the
next succeeding November 20th and of all delinquent annual
installments, if any, of such unpaid assessment.



9869.  On behalf of an improvement district the directors may do any
or all acts necessary or desirable to carry out the purposes of the
improvement district, including, but not limited to any or all of the
following:
   (a) Acquire without cost to the United States such land,
easements, or rights-of-way as will be needed in connection with
improvements installed or constructed with the financial assistance
of the United States;
   (b) Assume such share of the cost of installing or constructing
any improvements involving the financial assistance of the United
States as are equitable in consideration of the anticipated benefits
from such improvements;
   (c) Defray the costs of operation and maintenance of such works of
improvement in accordance with such terms as may be agreed upon;
   (d) Acquire, or provide assurance that the district, the
improvement district, or the owners of real property have acquired,
such water rights as may be needed in the installation and operation
of the work of improvment;
   (e) Obtain agreements to carry out soil conservation measures and
proper farm plans from owners of real property in connection with
such a work of improvement.


9870.  On behalf of an improvement district, the directors may
cooperate and contract with the United States, or with any officer,
department, bureau, or agency thereof, to accomplish any of the
purposes of the improvement district, or to exercise any of the
powers of the directors in relation to such improvement districts.



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