(1) Any city or village in this state is hereby authorized to own, construct, equip,
and operate, either within or without the corporate limits of such municipality, a
sewerage system, including any storm sewer system or combination storm and sanitary
sewer system, and plant or plants for the treatment, purification, and disposal in
a sanitary manner of the liquid and solid wastes, sewage, and night soil of such municipality
or to extend or improve any existing storm or sanitary sewer system or combination
storm and sanitary sewer system.
(2) Any city or village shall have authority to acquire by gift, grant, purchase,
or condemnation necessary lands therefor, either within or without the corporate limits
of such municipality.
(3) For the purpose of owning, operating, constructing, maintaining, and equipping
such sewage disposal plant and sewerage system, including any storm sewer system or
combination storm and sanitary sewer system, referred to in subsections (1), (2),
and (4) of this section, or improving or extending such existing system, any city
or village is authorized and empowered to make a special levy of not to exceed three
and five-tenths cents on each one hundred dollars upon the taxable value of all the
taxable property within any such municipality. The proceeds of the tax may be used for any of the purposes enumerated in this section
and for no other purpose.
(4) In the event the present or proposed sewage disposal system of any city or village
does not comply with the provisions of any other law relating to sewer systems, sewage
disposal, or water pollution, such city or village shall levy each year a tax of seven
cents on each one hundred dollars of taxable valuation for such purpose until sufficient
funds are available for the financing of a system in compliance with law. In the event any city or village is otherwise raising funds for such purpose, equivalent
to such a levy, it shall not be required, in addition thereto, to make such levy.
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