1. In the case of construction work done by agreement with one or more public bodies
or the Federal Government, or both, for any project, or portion thereof, in any improvement
district, the municipality may enter into and carry out any contract or establish
or comply with the rules and regulations concerning labor and materials and other
related matters in connection with any project or portion thereof as the municipality
may deem desirable or as may be requested by the Federal Government or any public
body other than the municipality which other public body is a party to any such contract
with the municipality, that may assist in the financing of any project or any part
thereof, regardless of whether the municipality is a party to any construction contract
or other contract appertaining to incurring costs of the project.
2. Any project or projects, any portion of the costs of which may be defrayed by the
municipality by the levy of special assessments hereunder, may be acquired with the
cooperation and assistance of, or under a contract or contracts let by, or with labor,
or supplies and materials, or all of such furnished by, any one or more such public
bodies or the Federal Government, or both.
3. Advantage may be taken of any offer from any source to complete any project or
projects on a division of expense or responsibility.
4. The engineer on behalf of and in the name of the municipality is authorized to
acquire or improve any such project or projects in such a manner, when so authorized
by the ordinance creating the improvement district or any amendment thereto.
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