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43-2503.  Powers conferred. (1) The board shall have the power to make or cause to be made any one (1) or more, or combination of, the following improvements:
(a)  To acquire, construct, operate, maintain, repair and replace pumping stations and pipelines and all necessary fittings, controls, components and equipment and other water facilities for the purpose of supplying water under pressure or by gravity flow for the irrigation of a described area within the boundaries of the district.
(b)  To acquire, construct, reconstruct, extend, maintain or repair parks and other recreational facilities;
(c)  To remove any nonconforming existing facility or structure in the areas to be improved;
(d)  To construct, reconstruct, extend, maintain or repair optional improvements;
(e)  To acquire by purchase, gift, condemnation, or otherwise, any real or personal property within the limits of the district as in the judgment of the board may be necessary or convenient in order to make any of such improvements;
(f)  To make any other improvements now or hereafter authorized by any other law, the cost of which in whole or in part can properly be determined to be of particular benefit to a particular area within the district;
(g)  To construct and install all such structures, equipment and other items and to do all such other work and to incur any such costs and expenses as may be necessary or appropriate to complete any of such improvements in a proper manner.
(2)  For the purpose of making and paying for all or a part of the cost of any of such improvements, including optional improvements, the board may create local improvement districts pursuant to this chapter within the boundaries of the irrigation district, levy assessments on the property within such a district which is benefited by the making of the improvements and issue interim or registered warrants and local improvement bonds as provided in this chapter.

[43-2503, added 1993, ch. 407, sec. 1, p. 1477.]

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