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96A.350 Elections -- Collection of tax receipts. (1) The elections herein authorized shall, in the case of any individual public body, be called and held by the particular public officials of said public body responsible for <br>the calling and holding of general elections. All ad valorem tax receipts, <br>occupational tax receipts and public transportation sales tax receipts derived in <br>respect of any such elections shall be collected by the public officials of such public <br>body statutorily responsible for such collection, and shall pending disbursement be <br>held in a separate and special trust fund identified as the mass transit trust fund by <br>said public body to be used solely and only for purposes of the mass transportation <br>program approved by the electorate of such public body, as hereinafter provided. <br>Moneys therefrom shall be disbursed only upon order of the chief financial officer <br>of such public body. (2) In the event any election authorized by KRS 96A.310 to 96A.370 is, pursuant to the provisions of KRS 96A.310 to 96A.370, to be submitted to the electorate of any <br>transit area of a transit authority by all of the public bodies which are members of <br>any such transit authority, and if one of such public bodies is a county which <br>encompasses one or more additional public bodies, the county clerk of such county <br>(or each county clerk in the event more than one county shall be a member of such <br>transit authority) shall cause such election proposition to be prepared for <br>presentation to the voters at the election on such proposition. All ad valorem tax <br>receipts, occupational tax receipts and public transportation sales tax receipts <br>derived in respect of any such elections shall be collected or received by the proper <br>public officials of such county or counties statutorily responsible for such collection <br>or receipt, and shall pending disbursement be held in a separate and special trust <br>fund identified as the mass transit trust fund to be used solely and only for purposes <br>of the mass transportation program approved by the electorate of such transit area, <br>as hereinafter provided. Said mass transit trust fund shall in such case be held in the <br>custody of all public bodies which are members of such transit authority and <br>moneys therefrom shall be disbursed only upon orders of the chief financial officers <br>of all such public bodies. Effective: July 15, 1982 <br>History: Amended 1982 Ky. Acts ch. 360, sec. 31, effective July 15, 1982. -- Amended 1978 Ky. Acts ch. 384, sec. 225, effective June 17, 1978. -- Amended 1976 Ky. Acts <br>ch. 350, sec. 4. -- Created 1974 Ky. Acts ch. 169, sec. 5.

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96A.350 Elections -- Collection of tax receipts. (1) The elections herein authorized shall, in the case of any individual public body, be called and held by the particular public officials of said public body responsible for <br>the calling and holding of general elections. All ad valorem tax receipts, <br>occupational tax receipts and public transportation sales tax receipts derived in <br>respect of any such elections shall be collected by the public officials of such public <br>body statutorily responsible for such collection, and shall pending disbursement be <br>held in a separate and special trust fund identified as the mass transit trust fund by <br>said public body to be used solely and only for purposes of the mass transportation <br>program approved by the electorate of such public body, as hereinafter provided. <br>Moneys therefrom shall be disbursed only upon order of the chief financial officer <br>of such public body. (2) In the event any election authorized by KRS 96A.310 to 96A.370 is, pursuant to the provisions of KRS 96A.310 to 96A.370, to be submitted to the electorate of any <br>transit area of a transit authority by all of the public bodies which are members of <br>any such transit authority, and if one of such public bodies is a county which <br>encompasses one or more additional public bodies, the county clerk of such county <br>(or each county clerk in the event more than one county shall be a member of such <br>transit authority) shall cause such election proposition to be prepared for <br>presentation to the voters at the election on such proposition. All ad valorem tax <br>receipts, occupational tax receipts and public transportation sales tax receipts <br>derived in respect of any such elections shall be collected or received by the proper <br>public officials of such county or counties statutorily responsible for such collection <br>or receipt, and shall pending disbursement be held in a separate and special trust <br>fund identified as the mass transit trust fund to be used solely and only for purposes <br>of the mass transportation program approved by the electorate of such transit area, <br>as hereinafter provided. Said mass transit trust fund shall in such case be held in the <br>custody of all public bodies which are members of such transit authority and <br>moneys therefrom shall be disbursed only upon orders of the chief financial officers <br>of all such public bodies. Effective: July 15, 1982 <br>History: Amended 1982 Ky. Acts ch. 360, sec. 31, effective July 15, 1982. -- Amended 1978 Ky. Acts ch. 384, sec. 225, effective June 17, 1978. -- Amended 1976 Ky. Acts <br>ch. 350, sec. 4. -- Created 1974 Ky. Acts ch. 169, sec. 5.

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Statutes > Kentucky > 096A00 > 350

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96A.350 Elections -- Collection of tax receipts. (1) The elections herein authorized shall, in the case of any individual public body, be called and held by the particular public officials of said public body responsible for <br>the calling and holding of general elections. All ad valorem tax receipts, <br>occupational tax receipts and public transportation sales tax receipts derived in <br>respect of any such elections shall be collected by the public officials of such public <br>body statutorily responsible for such collection, and shall pending disbursement be <br>held in a separate and special trust fund identified as the mass transit trust fund by <br>said public body to be used solely and only for purposes of the mass transportation <br>program approved by the electorate of such public body, as hereinafter provided. <br>Moneys therefrom shall be disbursed only upon order of the chief financial officer <br>of such public body. (2) In the event any election authorized by KRS 96A.310 to 96A.370 is, pursuant to the provisions of KRS 96A.310 to 96A.370, to be submitted to the electorate of any <br>transit area of a transit authority by all of the public bodies which are members of <br>any such transit authority, and if one of such public bodies is a county which <br>encompasses one or more additional public bodies, the county clerk of such county <br>(or each county clerk in the event more than one county shall be a member of such <br>transit authority) shall cause such election proposition to be prepared for <br>presentation to the voters at the election on such proposition. All ad valorem tax <br>receipts, occupational tax receipts and public transportation sales tax receipts <br>derived in respect of any such elections shall be collected or received by the proper <br>public officials of such county or counties statutorily responsible for such collection <br>or receipt, and shall pending disbursement be held in a separate and special trust <br>fund identified as the mass transit trust fund to be used solely and only for purposes <br>of the mass transportation program approved by the electorate of such transit area, <br>as hereinafter provided. Said mass transit trust fund shall in such case be held in the <br>custody of all public bodies which are members of such transit authority and <br>moneys therefrom shall be disbursed only upon orders of the chief financial officers <br>of all such public bodies. Effective: July 15, 1982 <br>History: Amended 1982 Ky. Acts ch. 360, sec. 31, effective July 15, 1982. -- Amended 1978 Ky. Acts ch. 384, sec. 225, effective June 17, 1978. -- Amended 1976 Ky. Acts <br>ch. 350, sec. 4. -- Created 1974 Ky. Acts ch. 169, sec. 5.

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