“Maintenance” as used in this chapter in relation to lighting systems, includes the replacement
of any obsolete equipment with new modern equipment found by the board of supervisors
or legislative body of a city to be necessary for the proper operation of the district. The replacement of any such obsolete equipment with any such new modern equipment,
except for work done by a utility district or a private utility company under contract
with the maintenance district, shall be subject to the requirements of Article 56
(commencing with Section 20840) of Chapter 1 of Part 3 of Division 2 of the Public Contract Code.
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