The territorial jurisdiction of an authority established for a city or village shall
be coterminous with the territorial limits of such city or village, and the territorial
jurisdiction of an authority established for a town shall include all such town, except
that such territorial jurisdiction shall not include any territory that lies within
the boundaries of any village, whether such village has or has not established an
authority. The members of such town authority shall if they consent and when authorized by
resolutions of the town board and the village board, act as the authority in and for
said village, the same as if it had been created especially for said village.
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