Missouri Revised Statutes

Chapter 91
Municipally Owned Utilities

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Rsmo Number Section Description
Chapter Cross Reference
Additional indebtedness for waterworks or electric or other light plants, 95.130
Annual budgets and reports of local government and municipally owned utilities, audits, Const. Art. VI § 24
Debt arising from purchase of waterworks, income from such waterworks applied, how (cities of over 100,000 inhabitants), 95.485
Pensioning of utility employees, 71.205
Public water supply district may contract with city for services, 247.085
Revenue bonds for municipally owned utilities, Const. Art. VI § 27
Waterworks and sewerage system, city powers, Chap. 250
Written approval of water supply by state department of health and senior services required, 640.115
   
GENERAL PROVISIONS
91.010. Cities empowered to erect, maintain gas and power plants--waterworks--ice plants--electric light plants.
91.020. Cities empowered to sell light and power.
91.025. Definitions--continuation of existing electrical service--change of supplier--commission jurisdiction.
91.026. Aluminum smelting facilities may contract to purchase electric power, no set rates or time periods--definitions--criteria.
91.030. Cities may purchase light and power, and ancillary services.
91.040. Cities may use streets and roads.
91.050. Cities owning waterworks may supply other cities.
91.055. Customers may choose to maintain municipal water service despite claim of exclusive right by public water supply district (Jackson County).
91.060. Cities, towns or villages may procure water from any other city--contract.
91.070. City authorized to lay pipes and mains, machinery to carry out provisions of section 91.060.
91.080. Condemnation proceedings--compensation for private property taken.
   
THIRD AND FOURTH CLASSIFICATION CITIES AND SPECIAL CHARTER CITIES OF 3,000 TO150,000
91.090. Certain cities may construct or acquire waterworks.
91.100. May contract to supply.
91.110. May acquire by purchase.
91.120. May acquire water system--procedure.
91.130. Proposition to sell to be in writing--publication--deed, how made.
91.140. Petition by citizens--duty of council.
91.150. Plant, how paid for--bonds to constitute lien.
91.160. Management--form of bonds.
91.170. May advertise for bids to construct.
91.180. Contractor to give bond.
91.190. Bid for construction to be submitted to voters.
91.200. Council to appoint superintendent of construction.
91.210. What provisions to apply.
91.220. Failure to redeem bonds.
91.230. City to pay for fire protection--rates.
91.240. Funds, where deposited.
91.250. Waterworks bonds of certain cities may be deposited as securities.
91.260. Board of waterworks commissioners, how composed--compensation.
91.270. Powers and duties of board--may appoint manager--city to pay for water.
91.280. Board and manager liable on bond for neglect.
91.290. Waterworks exempt from execution, exception.
91.300. Scope of sections 91.090 to 91.300.
   
THIRD AND FOURTH CLASSIFICATION CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES AND SPECIAL CHARTER CITIES OF LESS THAN 30,000
91.450. Certain cities may own public utilities--how acquired--board of public works.
91.460. Board to be nonpartisan--salary--bond.
91.470. Office vacated, how.
91.480. Board to manage municipal utilities.
91.490. Council to prescribe powers--rules and regulations.
91.500. Officers and employees--compensation.
91.510. Salaries and expenses--how paid.
91.520. Board to keep accounts and make report.
91.530. Board to let work by contract.
91.540. Rates to be fixed by board.
91.550. Referendum on sale of municipal utility by third class city.
   
SPECIAL CHARTER CITIES OF LESS THAN 10,000 AND CONSTITUTIONAL CHARTER CITIES
91.560. Special charter cities may enact certain ordinances.
91.570. Cities are authorized to acquire all necessary lands and easements.
91.580. May condemn private property for public use.
91.590. Rights and powers granted herein shall be in addition to all rights and powers of such cities under laws of state.
91.593. Waterworks--authority to acquire property and furnish services outside city limits.
91.595. Waterworks--revenue bonds, issuance--authorization for.
91.596. Revenue bonds--election--form of ballot.
91.597. Bonds, how signed--term--rate of interest.
91.600. Waterworks property, how acquired--may issue bonds, make contracts (certain cities).
91.610. Compensation for private property taken.
   
NATIONAL DEFENSE COOPERATION LAW
91.620. Citation of law.
91.630. Definitions.
91.640. Additional powers conferred on certain municipalities--board of public works, terms, duties.
91.650. Preliminary expenses--how met and paid.
91.660. Bond issues--authorization, approval.
91.670. Revenue bonds--rate of interest, sale.
91.680. Moneys received--how expended.
91.690. Sinking fund.
91.700. Bonds shall not be invalidated for certain reasons.
91.710. Ordinance or resolution--may contain what.
91.720. Bonds--payable from what revenue, liability limited.
91.730. Default--rights of bondholders--procedure of circuit court--receiver.
91.740. Rights and powers of bondholders--shall be cumulative.
91.750. Sewage disposal and waterworks--operators authorized to enter into contracts.
91.760. Powers are additional and supplemental--law shall be controlling.
91.770. Municipalities--power to acquire lands and other property, limitation.
   
RAPID TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT CITIES 600,000 OR MORE
91.780. Defining term rapid transit improvement.
91.790. Authorized to establish, construct and own rapid transit improvement.
91.800. May assess benefits and damages, and collect and pay therefor.
91.810. May provide for payment by special assessment.
91.820. May issue and sell public utility improvement and general bonds.
91.830. May grant rights and interests in rapid transit improvements.
91.840. May establish rapid transit commission, or commissioner.

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