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48-3714 - Authority of political subdivisions to enter into long-term contracts
48-3714. Authority of political subdivisions to enter into long-term contracts
Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the governing body of an incorporated city or town, the board of supervisors of any county or the governing body of any other political subdivision of the state is authorized to enter into and perform long-term contracts for a period of more than one year with any multi-county water conservation district or the secretary or both for the delivery of water from the central Arizona project or the district and for the payment of the costs thereof and for the storage and recovery or recharge of water pursuant to sections 48-3713.01 or 48-3713.02.