(2) Prepare preliminary plans, studies and engineering reports to determine the feasibility
of a public improvement or service; or
(3) If ordered by the governing body of the municipality, pay the initial cost of
the public improvement or service until obligations have been issued and sold.
3. The fund is not required to be budgeted for expenditure during any year, but the
amount of the fund must be stated in the municipality's annual budget. The amount of the fund shall be based on an annual service plan that describes the
public improvements and services for the fiscal year.
4. A grant-in-aid or contribution made to the municipality for the planning and preparation
of plans for public improvement or service authorized pursuant to sections 67.1401 to 67.1571 may be credited to the community improvement district municipal fund.
5. Other political subdivisions may enter into cooperative agreements with the district
to make payments in lieu of taxes.
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