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The state, board of regents institutions, counties, townships, school districts, community colleges, cities, and other public entities, and every person acting as contracting agent for any such entity, shall, when issuing bonds or other obligations, m...
Except for fines, forfeitures, court costs, and the collection fees retained by the county treasurer pursuant to section 321.152, and except as provided in subsection 2, moneys and motor vehicle registration fees collected under this chapter sha...
The board shall: Audit expenses charged to the county for the annual examination by the auditor of state and approve or object to the expenses as provided in section 11.21. Establish budgets for the farm-to-market r oad fund and the secondary road f...
The payment of county obligations by anticipatory warrants is subject to chapters 74 and 74A and other applicable state law. Anticipatory warrants drawn on the secondary road fund are also subject to sections 309.46 to 309.55. The board may: Req...
Not later than December 1 of each year on forms and pursuant to instructions prescribed by the department of management, a county shall prepare an annual financial report showing for each county fund the financial condition as of June 30 and the resul...
As used in this part, unless the context otherwise requires: “Basic levy” means a levy authorized and limited by section 331.423 for general county services and rural county services. “Committee” means the county finance committee established in ...
Subject to this section and sections 331.423 through 331.426 or as otherwise provided by state law, the board of each county shall certify property taxes annually at its March session to be levied for county purposes as follows: Taxes for general ...
Annually, the board may certify basic levies, subject to the following limits: For general county services, three dollars and fifty cents per thousand dollars of the assessed value of all taxable property in the county. For rural county services, thre...
To the extent that the basic levies are insufficient to meet the county’s needs for the following services, the board may certify supplemental levies as follows: For general county services, an amount sufficient to pay the charges for the following: T...
For the purposes of part 6 of subchapter III of this chapter, this section, and chapter 426B, unless the context otherwise requires: “Base expenditure amount” is an amount determined for each county that is the lesser of the following amounts: ...