The city may without petition order any main thoroughfare or major traffic street
or part thereof improved in any manner specified in section 14-385 after the city shall determine it to be such a main thoroughfare or major traffic
street, which determination shall be conclusive. Such main thoroughfares or major traffic streets shall include all connecting links
as well as county highways leading into the city, and may include part or all of any
street which lies partly in the city and partly in the abutting county. It may create improvement districts for such purposes, including the abutting, adjacent,
or benefited property. The costs of such improvements to the extent of special benefits occasioned by the
improvement may be assessed in whole or in part against the property in such districts
and the assessments supplemented either by federal or state aid or both or by other
municipal funds, but including permanent improvement funds, all other street resurfacing
funds, or highway bond funds.
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