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New Mexico Statutes Chapter 3. Municipalities § 3-63-15. District review

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The council shall review each district every five years, and prior to the issuance of business improvement district revenue bonds other than those issued or committed during the first five-year period, to determine whether the district should remain in existence.  If a majority of the council decides that the purpose for which the district was created has been served and that it is in the best interest for the district, the council shall terminate the district's status by ordinance or resolution and record this with the municipal clerk.  If upon termination of a district's status there is an outstanding revenue bond obligation, the municipality shall continue to assess the business improvement benefit fee for the life of the outstanding bond.

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