(a) After bonds have been issued under the provisions of this chapter, the board shall
procure and deliver to the treasurer of the county of jurisdiction a well-bound book
in which a record shall be kept of all the bonds.
(b) A record shall be kept in the book of:
(1) the bond numbers and amount of the bonds;
(2) the rate of interest;
(3) the date of issuance and the date when the bonds are due and where payable;
(4) the proceeds from the bonds;
(5) the tax levy to pay interest on and to provide a sinking fund for bond payment;
(6) any payment of a bond.
(c) The book shall at all times be open to the inspection of interested parties, either
taxpayers, bondholders, or otherwise, in the district.
(d) The county treasurer shall receive for his services in recording these matters
the same fees which are allowed by law to the county clerk for similar records.
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