joint powers agreement


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joint powers agreement

n. a contract between a city, a county, and/or a special district in which the city or county agrees to perform services, cooperate with, or lend its powers to, the special district.

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County commissioners approved amending the joint powers agreement in May 2015 and the amended agreement was submitted to the tribe in February, according to county records.
That changed when AB 307 was passed into law and took effect January 1, 2012, permitting federally-recognized Indian tribes to be considered a public agency that may enter into a joint powers agreement.
through the SCPPA Joint Powers Agreement, for the purposes of planning, financing, developing,
The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority was created by a joint powers agreement between the conservancy and the Conejo and Rancho Simi recreation and park districts.
The Antelope Valley Transit Authority is a Joint Powers Agreement between the Cities of Lancaster and Palmdale, and the County of Los Angeles.
The Lottery testified that the State Attorney General had reviewed the game concept, rules and the joint powers agreement and concurred with the Lottery that MEGA Millions can legally be offered in California.
The City will explore joint powers agreement with the WMO to determine if WMO can maintain the County ditch system.
Each city council must vote to amend the joint powers agreement that governs the airport in order to finalize a name change.
Metropolitan's Board of Directors authorized participation in a proposed joint powers agreement with the counties to investigate the feasibility of a transportation and utility corridor between the regions.
The Paso Robles City Council signed off a joint powers agreement to fuse their transit services with the Regional Transit Authority, which will save the city thousands of dollars a year.
The Palmdale City Library was opened in 1977, after the city of Palmdale and Los Angeles County formed a joint powers agreement that established a city library independent from the county library system in exchange for library property tax funds.
The district purchases water through the Contra Costa Water District and provides water treatment at the Randall-Bold Water Treatment Plant (RBWTP), which it operates through a joint powers agreement with the Contra Costa Water District.
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