(a) The district board may fix, and may revise from time to time, rents, rates, fees,
and other charges for the use of and for the services furnished or to be furnished
by any water system or sewerage system. Such rents, rates, fees, and charges may not apply differing treatment within and
outside the corporate limits of any city or county within the jurisdiction of the
district board. Such rents, rates, fees, and charges shall not be subject to supervision or regulation
by any bureau, board, commission, or other agency of the State or of any political
(a1) The district board may require system development fees only in accordance with
Article 8 of this Chapter.
(b) Any such rents, rates, fees, and charges pledged to the payment of revenue bonds
of the district shall be fixed and revised so that the revenues of the water system
or sewerage system, together with any other available funds, shall be sufficient at
all times to pay the cost of maintaining, repairing, and operating the water system
or sewerage system, the revenues of which are pledged to the payment of such revenue
bonds, including reserves for such purposes, and to pay the interest on and the principal
of such revenue bonds as the same shall become due and payable and to provide reserves
therefor. If any such rents, rates, fees, and charges are pledged to the payment of any general
obligation bonds issued under this Article, such rents, rates, fees, and charges shall
be fixed and revised so as to comply with the requirements of such pledge.
(c) The district board may provide methods for collection of such rents, rates, fees,
and charges and measures for enforcement of collection thereof, including penalties
and the denial or discontinuance of service.
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