The board of trustees shall annually fix the amount of money for the proposed budget
statement as may be deemed sufficient and necessary for carrying out the proposed
policy with regard to the contemplated cemetery or cemeteries for the ensuing fiscal
year. After the adoption of the district's budget statement, the president and secretary
shall certify the amount to be received from taxation, according to the adopted budget
statement, to the proper county clerk or county clerks and the proper county board
or boards which may levy a tax subject to section 77-3443, not to exceed the amount so certified nor to exceed one and seven-tenths cents on
each one hundred dollars upon the taxable value of all the taxable property in such
district, for the maintenance of the cemetery or cemeteries in the district for the
fiscal year as provided by law. Such tax shall be collected as other taxes are collected in the county by the county
treasurer, shall be placed to the credit of the cemetery district so authorizing the
same, and shall be paid to the treasurer of the cemetery district upon warrants drawn
upon the fund by the board of trustees of the district. Such warrants shall bear the signature of the president and the counter-signature
of the secretary of the cemetery district. The amount of the tax levy shall not exceed the amount of funds required to defray
the expenses of the district for a period of one year, as embraced in the adopted
budget statement which forms the basis of the assessment and levy. For purposes of section 77-3443, the county board of each county in which the district is situated shall approve
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