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Nevada Revised Statutes Title 20. Counties and Townships: Formation, Government and Officers § 244A.737. Application of proceeds;  components of cost of project

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1. The proceeds from the sale of any bonds shall be applied only for the purpose for which the bonds were issued and if, for any reason, any portion of such proceeds is not needed for the purpose for which the bonds were issued, such unneeded portion of such proceeds shall be applied to the payment of the principal of or the interest on the bonds.

2. The cost of acquiring, improving and equipping any project shall be deemed to include the actual cost of acquiring and improving a site or the cost of the construction of any part of a project which may have been constructed, plus the total of all reasonable or necessary costs incidental to the acquisition, construction, reconstruction, repair, alteration, improvement, equipment and extension of any project, including, without limitation:

(a) The cost of studies and surveys, and the acquisition of options to purchase any real or personal property or interest therein;

(b) Plans, specifications, architectural and engineering costs;

(c) Legal, organization, marketing or other special services;

(d) Financing, acquisition, demolition, construction, equipment and site development of new and rehabilitated buildings;

(e) Rehabilitation, reconstruction, repair or remodeling of existing buildings;

(f) Acquisition, installation, construction, reconstruction, repair, alteration and improvement of fixtures, machinery, equipment and furnishings;

(g) Acquisition of resources, facilities and supplies, including rights thereto, for fuel, fuel transportation and water;

(h) Working capital and reserves;

(i) An initial bond and interest reserve together with interest on bonds issued to finance such projects to a date 6 months subsequent to the estimated date of completion;  and

(j) All other necessary and incidental expenses, including expenses incurred to assist in meeting the financial demands placed by a project upon the population of, or services furnished by, this state, a county, city or town, or any political subdivision, agency or district thereof or created thereby, and capital contributions made by the county to, or facilities provided by the county for the use of, any corporation or other legal entity to minimize pollution in the vicinity of the project, if that pollution relates to the simultaneous operations of the project and the corporation or other legal entity in those areas.

3. The authorization to expend money for the purposes listed in paragraph (g) of subsection 2 does not preempt the authority of any state regulatory agency which has jurisdiction over the resources, facilities or supplies to be acquired.

4. In establishing the budget to determine the rate of ad valorem taxation for a particular taxing entity for a fiscal year, the amount to be paid in that fiscal year by the county which owns or is financing a project, from the revenues of or the proceeds of bonds issued for the project, as assistance in meeting the financial demands placed by the project upon the people of or the services furnished by that taxing entity, must be offset against the expenditures to be made by the taxing entity in that fiscal year for those purposes.

The notice shall be in writing and shall do all of the following:

(a) Describe the public nuisance.

(b) Specify the time within which the property owner is required to abate the public nuisance.

(c) State that, unless the public nuisance is abated within the time specified in the notice, the department may abate the public nuisance and the costs of the abatement will be assessed against the property.

(d) State that the property owner may, within 15 days after the receipt or posting of the notice, request a hearing before the director upon whether or not a public nuisance actually exists.

Cite this article: - Nevada Revised Statutes Title 20. Counties and Townships: Formation, Government and Officers § 244A.737. Application of proceeds;  components of cost of project - last updated January 01, 2020 |

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