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RES 1980-02 LAND USE PLANNING FUNDS BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, MONTANA RESOLUTION NO.2 - 80 A Resolution regarding the use of Land Use Planning Funds as provided to the counties under 90 -6 -201 Montana Codes annotated to be used for the purpose of conducting a county -wide solid waste feasibility study as provided under Title 7, Chapter 6, part 22. Whereas, Title 7, Chapter 6 - 2218 provides that the Board of County Commissioners of any county in Montana shall have the power and authority to ap- propriate, by formal resolution, money received from the federal or state govern- ment, regardless of the time the money is received, and Whereas, monies received under Title 90, Chapter 6, 201 are to be used to assist local governmental units which have been required to expand the provision of public services, and other purposes, and to support county land planning, now Therefore, BE IT RESOLVED: That the monies received under 90-6 -201, by the County of Jefferson shall be used for the purpose of conducting a study on the feasibility of a county -wide solid waste plan, and for the expenses involved in providing or implementing sites for refuse collection, PROVIDING that no monies received under this law will be used for capital outlay regarding these refuse collection sites. Dated at Boulder, Montana, this 2nc� y of January, 1980. � Chairman,, Board of Coufitly Commissioners Commissioner Commissioner AT7�ST:- l op AQV_-t� lerk and Recorder 313 FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION AND TAXATION 7 -6 -2219 7 -6 -2213. Report of fees received and money disbursed. It is the duty of all county officers, justices of the peace, and constables to make report in writing, under oath, to the board of county commissioners on the first Monday of March, June, September, and December, showing in detail all fees, emoluments, and compensation received and money disbursed by them in their official capacity during the quarter preceding the making of each report. History: Ea. Sec. 4336, Pol. C. 1895; re -ea. Sec. 2981, Rev. C. 1907; re-en. Sec. 4745, R.C.M. 1921; re-en. Sec. 4745, R.C.M. 1935; R.C.M. 1947,16-2423. 7 -6 -2214. Examination of report. (1) It is the duty of the board to examine the reports. (2) (a) If the report of an officer is found correct, the chairman of the board must write on the back of the same the words "Approved and ordered filed" and sign his name thereto. (b) If any report is found not correct, it must be returned to the officer with a statement of its insufficiency, and the report must be corrected and returned to the board and then, if found correct, filed as aforesaid. History: Ea. Sec. 4331, Pol. C. 1895; re -en. Sec. 2982, Rev. C. 1907; re-en. Sec. 4746, R.C.M. 1921; re-en. Sec. 4746, R.C.M. 1935; R.C.M. 1947.16-2424. 7 -6 -2215. Repealed. Sec. 1, Ch. 135, L. 1979. 7 -6 -2216. Repealed. Sec. 1, Ch. 135, L. 1979. 7 -6 -2217. Administration of relief received from federal agen- cies. In any county where aid is received from the reconstruction finance corporation or any other similar agencies, the county commissioners of such county shall be authorized to employ the necessary help and incur such expenses as are necessary in the administration of such relief; and in so doing the board may appropriate such funds as are necessary from the general fund of said county. Such appropriation shall be held and deemed legal and valid notwithstanding the provisions of the budget act. History: Ea. Sec. 1, Ch. 44, L 1933; re-ea. See. 4520.1, R.C.M. 1935; R.C.M. 1947,16-116Z C 7 -6 -2 Appropriation of state and federal money by county. (1 a beard of county commissioners of any county in Montana shall have the power and authority to appropriate, by formal resolution, money received from the federal or state government, regardless of the time the money is received. The expenditure of said funds shall be according to federal require- ments specified in the federal act or state requirements specified in the state legislation. The money appropriated under this section may include federal revenue sharing funds granted to Montana conservation districts organized under Title 76, chapter 15. (2) The resolution shall state the source of the money, the expenditure program for the funds, and the effective date of the appropriation. History: Ea. 16 -1185 by Sec. 1, Ch. 70, L 1974; amd. Sec. 1, Ch. 75, L 1975; R.C.M. 1947, 16 -1185. 7 -6 -2219. Authorization to establish capital improvement fund. The governing body of any county in Montana may establish a capital . y 90 -6 -201 PLANNING, RESEARCH, AND DEVELOPMENT Part 2 Coal Impacts — Evaluation and Abatement Funding — 90-6-201. purpose. The purposes of this part are to assist local units whiclylave been required to expand the provision of public overnm uw consequence of large -scale development of coal mines and coal- Complexes, to assist in the construction and reconstruction of desi nus1ng energy Of highways which serve the area affected by such large -sole develo aced I�orttapr port county land planning, and to invest a portion of the tax revenue from 1 Sup- mines in a permanent fund, the income from which shall be used for the support of public schools throughout the state. History: En. 50 - 1701 by Sec. 1, Ch. 502, L. 1975; R.C.M. 1947, 50 - 1801_ 90 -6 -202. Accounts established. (1) There is within the earmarked reve fund a local impact and education trust fund account. Moneys are payable into this account under 15 -35 -108. The state treasurer shall draw warrants from this account upon order of the coal board. (2) There is within the earmarked revenue fund a coal area highway improve- ment account. History: En. 50 -1702 by Sec. 2, Ch. 502, L. 1975; R.C.M. 1947, 50 -1802. i 90 -6 -203. Definition of coal board. "Board" means the coal board pro• vided for in 2 -15 -1104. History: En. 90 - 6 - 203 by Code Commissioner, 1979. 90 -6 -204. Chairman, meetings, compensation, and facilities. (1) The board shall elect a chairman from among its members. (2) The board shall meet quarterly and may meet at other times as called by the chairman or a majority of the members. (3) Members are entitled to compensation as provided for in 2 -15- 124(7), (4) The department of community affairs will provide suitable office facilities and the necessary staff for the coal board. History: En. 50 -1705, 50 -1708 by Secs. 6, 9, Ch. 502, L. 1975; R.C.M. 1947, 50 -1805, 50 -1808. 90 - 6 - 205. Coal board — general powers. The board may: (1) retain professional consultants and advisors; (2) adapt rules governing its proceedings; (3) consider applications for grants from the local impact and education trust fund account; and (4) award grants, subject to 90 -6 -207, not to exceed in any one year seven - elevenths and after June 30, 1979, seven - fifteenths of the revenue paid into the local impact and education trust fund account, to local governmental units and state agencies to assist local governmental units in meeting the local impact of coal development by enabling them to adequately provide governmental services and facilities which are needed as a direct consequence of coal development. As used in the preceding sentence, "revenue paid" .does not include interest income from the account reinvested in the account in trust for the public schools and the univer- sity system. History. En. 50 -1706 by See. 7, Ch. 502, L. 1975; amd. Sec 3, Ch 540, L. 1977; R.C.M. 1947, 50 - 1806(part). 38 -+ r `~ �� •• f C 1