Sec. 19-2.  Community development agency.


(a)   Established.  There is hereby established pursuant to section 18-2101.01 N.R.S. 1943 (Reissue 1987) a community development agency for the City of Norfolk, Nebraska. 


(b)   Composition generally.  The mayor and city council of the city are hereby designated to be the community development agency for the city.


(c)   Chairman; vice chairman; secretary.  The mayor of the city shall be the chairman of the community development agency; the president of the city council shall be the vice chairman; and the city clerk shall be the secretary of the community development agency. 


(d)   Power and authority.  The community development agency shall have the power and authority to exercise those powers and authority granted to a community redevelopment authority under sections 18-2101 to 18-2144 N.R.S. 1943 (Reissue 1987).  The community development agency shall also have the power and authority to do all community development activities, and to do all things necessary to cooperate with the federal government in all matters relating to community development program activities as a grantee, or as an agent or otherwise, under the provisions of the Federal Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended through the Housing and Community Development Amendments of 1981.  The community development agency may levy taxes for the exercise of such jurisdiction and authority and may issue general obligation bonds, general obligation notes, revenue bonds, and revenue notes including those general obligation and revenue refunding bonds and notes for the purposes set forth in such sections and under the powers granted to any community redevelopment authority described therein. 


Source:  Ord. No. 3575, § 4, 8-1-88

Editor’s note--Ord. No. 3575, §§ 1-4, adopted Aug. 1, 1988, did not specifically amend the Code, hence inclusion herein as superseding § 19-2 was at the discretion of the editor.  Former § 19-2 pertained to community development agency and derived from Ord. No. 3019, §§ 2--5, adopted Nov. 2, 1981.

State law reference--Community Development Law, R.R.S. 1943, 18-2101--18-2144.