Whenever the governing body of any city of the third class shall deem it necessary
to regrade, repave, reoil, remacadamize, resurface, repair, or maintain any street
or portion of any street which has been graded, paved, oiled, macadamized, surfaced,
repaired, or maintained under the provisions of K.S.A. 12-602 or 12-665, and amendments thereto, the governing body may cause such street or portion of a
street to be regraded, repaved, reoiled, remacadamized, resurfaced, repaired, or maintained
and the same may be ordered by resolution of the governing body of the said city and
shall be done at the expense of the city, and the payment of the cost of such regrading,
repaving, reoiling, remacadamizing, resurfacing, repairing, and maintenance may be
made by the issuance of improvement bonds of the city.
Such bonds shall be made payable at such time as the governing body shall provide
by ordinance but none of such bonds shall run longer than ten (10) years nor bear
interest at a rate exceeding the maximum rate of interest prescribed by K.S.A. 10-1009, and the credit of the city shall be pledged to the payment thereof. Before any such bonds shall be issued and the work commenced, the question of performing
such work and issuing such bonds shall be submitted to a vote of the electors of the
A majority of the votes cast at the special election held for such purpose or a majority
of the votes cast on a proposal at any general election when the question is submitted
shall be considered sufficient to approve the proceedings under this act. The said election may be called by the governing body of the city at any time when
it deems such action advisable. The election shall be held in accordance with the general laws of the state governing
elections for a similar purpose.
All bonds issued under the provisions of this act shall be issued, registered, sold,
delivered and retired in accordance with the provisions of the general bond law except
as herein otherwise specifically provided.
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