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10-52-2.4Additional non-ad valorem tax authorized--Prerequisites--Adoption--Referendum--Limitation.

A municipality which has warranted indebtedness in an amount which is fifty percent or more of its current budget, may, upon a two-thirds vote of the members of its governing body, adopt a non-ad valorem tax of one percent over and above the other limits allowed by this chapter.

The tax authorized by this section may be referred.

The amount of warranted indebtedness to be eliminated under this section shall be specified in the ordinance adopting the tax. The tax shall cease at the end of the quarter in which the amount of the warranted indebtedness is eliminated. No municipality using this section may impose the tax allowed herein for two years after the warranted indebtedness is eliminated as provided herein.

Source: SL 1981, ch 115.

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