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Indiana Code Title 5. State and Local Administration § 5-1.4-2-1.5

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Sec. 1.5.  The general assembly finds that the establishment of a local public improvement bond bank in a city described in IC 5-1.4-1-5(3):

(1) is necessary as a result of:

(A) unique sources of revenues available to the city in relation to its budget;

(B) extraordinary needs for infrastructure improvements in the city and in the county in which the city is located;

(C) unprecedented opportunities for economic development, including tourism development;  and

(D) unique demands for education and workforce development, including facilities for providing education and training;

(2) will afford the city the necessary flexibility to address the extraordinary demands and opportunities in a manner that will best serve the interests of the city and the state;  and

(3) constitutes an important public purpose and will protect and improve the health, safety, and welfare of the people of the city and the state.

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