The emergency communications district so created shall be a “municipality” or public
corporation in perpetuity under its corporate name, and the district shall in that
name be a body politic and corporate with power of perpetual succession, but without
any power to levy or collect taxes. Charges for services authorized in this chapter shall not be construed as taxes
and shall be payable as bona fide service charges by all service users, whether private
or public, profit making, or not-for-profit, including governmental entities. The powers of each district shall be vested in and exercised by a majority of the
members of the board of directors of the district.
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