The governing body of any municipality, upon behalf of the municipality and in its
name, for the purpose of defraying all the cost of acquiring or improving, or acquiring
and improving, any project herein authorized, or any portion of the cost thereof not
to be defrayed with moneys available therefor from the general fund, any special fund,
or otherwise, shall have power hereunder:
1. To levy assessments against assessable property within the municipality and to
cause the assessments so levied to be collected.
2. To levy from time to time and cause to be collected taxes against all taxable property
within the municipality, without limitation as to rate or amount, except for the limitation
in Section 2 of Article 10 of the Constitution of the State of Nevada, to pay the principal of and interest on bonds to the extent assessments are insufficient
3. To pledge the proceeds of any assessments and taxes levied hereunder to the payment
of special assessment bonds and to create liens on such proceeds to secure such payments.
4. To issue special assessment bonds as herein provided.
5. To make all contracts, execute all instruments and do all things necessary or convenient
in the exercise of the powers granted herein, or in the performance of the municipality's
covenants or duties or in order to secure the payment of its bonds, provided no encumbrance,
mortgage or other pledge of property (excluding any money) of the municipality is
created thereby, and provided no property (excluding money) of the municipality is
liable to be forfeited or taken in payment of such bonds.
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