Sec. 30. (a) All expenses incurred by the board that must be paid prior to the collection of taxes levied under this chapter shall be met and paid in the following manner. The board shall from time to time certify the items of expense to the controller of the city, clerk-treasurer of the town, or auditor of the county in which the district is located, directing him to pay the amounts, and the fiscal officer shall draw his warrant or warrants upon the treasurer of the city, town, or county, as applicable, which warrant or warrants shall be paid out of the general funds of the city, town, or county not already appropriated, without special appropriations being made by the fiscal body or approval by any other body.
(b) In case there are no unappropriated general funds of the city, town, or county, the fiscal officer shall recommend to the fiscal body the temporary transfer, from other funds of the city, town, or county, of a sufficient amount to meet the items of expense or the making of a temporary loan for the purpose. The fiscal body affected shall immediately make the transfer of funds or authorize the temporary loans in the same manner that other transfers and temporary loans are made by the city, town, or county. The total amount to be advanced may not exceed fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) and the fund or funds of the city, town, county, or other entity from which the advancement is made shall be fully reimbursed and repaid by the authority out of the first proceeds of the special taxes levied under this chapter. No part of the funds advanced may be used in the acquisition of real property. As added by Acts 1980, P.L.8, SEC.73.

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