Bonds shall not be issued in any city until the legislative body, either at a general
or a special election, submits to the electors of the city the question whether the
city or the authority, or both, shall be authorized to adopt the revenue bond method
of financing projects provided for in this part. If a majority of the voters voting upon the proposition favor the proposition, the
authority, or the city, or both, as specified in the proposition, may from time to
time issue bonds in accordance with this part. In any city in which the voters have previously authorized the issuance of general
obligation bonds or revenue bonds for parking facilities an authority or the city,
pursuant to Section 33552, may issue bonds without submitting such proposition to the voters.
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