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19-2106d.Use of proceeds of certain bonds for county nursing home facility. If a county has prior to the effective date of this act issued its general obligation bonds in the sum of five hundred fifty-nine thousand dollars ($559,000) for the purpose of purchasing a necessary site, constructing and equipping a new county nursing home facility and hospital under the authority of K.S.A. 19-2106; and if the ballot on which the question of issuing such bonds of the county contained the proposition that the funds to be derived from the bond issue were to be used with approximately one hundred ninety-four thousand dollars ($194,000) which was expected to be furnished by the federal government for the purpose of purchasing a site and constructing and equipping of such a nursing home facility; and if the bonds were approved by the qualified voters at a special election and were legal in all respects and thereafter the bonds were issued and bond and interest levies made, but the federal funds expected to be received have not and will not be made available in full, and where the five hundred fifty-nine thousand dollars ($559,000) together with interest thereon, plus any money received from the federal government is sufficient to acquire a site for, construct and equip an adequate county nursing home facility and hospital in the county, then the board of county commissioners of such a county is authorized to use the proceeds of such bond issue, together with any interest or income therefrom for the purposes for which the said bonds were issued, and such funds shall be used only for the purpose of purchasing a site for and constructing and equipping a new county nursing home facility and hospital.

History: L. 1967, ch. 162, § 1; L. 1969, ch. 149, § 1; April 10.



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