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0096 Municipal Bond Election 1971ORDINANCE NO. 96 AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE JOINT WATER AND SEWER SYSTEM OF THE CITY OF CHUBBUCK, IDAHO; PROVIDING FOR A SPECIAL ELECTION AT WHICH THERE SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ELECTORS QUALIFIED TO VOTE THEREON THE QUESTIONS OF ISSUING GENERAL OBLIGATION WATER AND SEWER BONDS AND OF ISSUING JOINT WATER AND SEWER REVENUE BONDS OF THE CITY FOR THE PURPOSE OF DEFRAYING IN PART THE COST OF CONSTRUCTING A SEWERAGE SYSTEM AND IMPROVING, EXTENDING AND BETTERING THE PRESENT MUNICIPAL WATER SYSTEM; PRESCRIBING DETAILS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH; RATIFYING ACTION PREVIOUSLY TAKEN CONCERNING SAID JOINT WATER AND SEWER SYSTEM AND SAID BONDS; AND PROVIDING THE EFFECTIVE DATE HEREOF. WHEREAS, the City of Chubbuck (herein "City") in the County of Bannock and State of Idaho, is a municipal corporation duly organized and existing as a City under the general laws of the State of Idaho; and WHEREAS, the City now owns and operate% and does hereby determine that it shall continue to own and operate, a water system; and WHEREAS, the City is presently without any sewage collection and treatment facilities; and WHEREAS, the City does hereby determine that it shall operate its sewerage system and its water system as a joint water and sewer system, as a single utility (here- in sometimes designated as the "system"); and WHEREAS, the City Council (herein "Council") has determined and does hereby determine that the interest of the co~unity and the public interest and necessity require the construction of a sewerage system and the improvement, betterment and extenSion of the water system, constituting together the Joint water and sewer system of the City (herein the "Project"); and -3- WHEREAS, for the purpose of defraying in part the cost of the water and sewer Project, the City Council hereby deems it necessary to issue its negotiable, coupon general obli- gation water bonds and sewer bonds in the aggregate principal ame~u t of $100,000.00, and $80,000.00 respectively, or so much thereof as may be necessary; and WHEREAS, for the purpose of defraying a further part of the cost of acquiring the Project, the Council further deems it necessary to issue its joint water and sewer revenue bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $523,500.00, or so much thereof as may be necessary, payable solely from the revenues of said system as so improved pursuant to the Revenue Bond Act cited as Sections 50-1027 through 50-1042, Idaho Code, and all laws thereunto enabling; and WHEREAS, the City has heretofore issued its water Water Works System revenue bonds designated as _~9~%~_~nd ~f 1 q~l dated the 1st day of july , 19_~ issued in the original principal amount of $ 70,000.00 of which there are presently outstanding $ 10,000.00 ; and WHEREAS, except for the bonds described above, the City has never pledged the revenues derived from the operation of the system for the redemption of revenue bonds - payable from such revenues, or otherWise, with the result that ~the net revenues to be. derived from the operation of the system may be pledged lawfully and irrevocably to se- cure the repayment of said revenue bonds herein authorized pursuant to the Revenue Bond Act; and WMEREAS, said revenue bonds shall not be a debt of the City and it shall not be liable thereon, nor shall said bonds be payable out of any funds other than the revenue from said system pledged to the payment thereof; and WMEREAS, said revenue bonds cannot be issued with- out the assent of the necessary percentage of the qualified electors of said City voting at an election held for the purpose of authorizing or refusing to authorize said liability or obligation; and WHEREAS, general obligation bonds cannot be issued without the assent of the necessary percentage of the qualified electors within the City voting at an election called for such purposes; and -4- WHEREAS, not any of the questions herein set forth nor any question for a similar purpose, has been defeated at an election which has been held in the City within six (6) months of the date of the adoption of this ordinance. N~4, THEREFOre, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF TME CITY OF CHUBBUCK, IDAHO: Section 1. All action heretofore taken (not incon- sistent with the provisions of this ordinance) by the Council and the officers of the City, directed toward: a. The Pro]ebt; and b. The issuance of general obligation water bonds and general obligation sewer bonds for the City; and c. The issuance of joint water and sewer revenue bonds therefor be, and the same hereby is, ratified, approved and confirmed including the authorizing of bonds at an election and the giving of notice thereof. Section 2. Subject to the assent of the necessary percentage of the electors voting on each of the questions, it is hereby ordered that the Project be acquired and con- structed and that the general obligation water bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $100,000.00 and the general obligation sewer bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $80,000.00, and the joint water and sewer revenue bonds of the C~ity, in the aggregate principal amount of $523,500.00, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be issued to defray in part the cost thereof. Section 3. Said general obligation water bonds shall bear interest at a rate or rates not exceeding six per centum (6%) per annum,, payable semiannually (provided that the first and last interest coupons may be for a period of longer or shOrter than six months, but not to exceed one year, at the discretion of the Council), and bonds shall mature and be payable upon an annual amortization plan, with the first annual principal payment maturing and payable within two years from and after the date of the bonds and the last annual principal payment maturing and payable during the thirtieth year from the date of the bonds (provided that the last maturity shall not exceed thirty years from the date of the bonds). The various annual maturities shall be, as nearly as practicable, in such principal amounts as will, together with the-accruing interest on all outstanding bonds -5- of such issue, be met and paid by an equal annual tax levy for the payment of the principal of said bonds and interest thereon during the term for which such bonds shall be issued; provided, however, that anything herein to the contrary not- withstanding the Council, upon its determination that it is to the best advantage of the City, may issue and sell such bonds with such annual maturities as it shall determine either prior to or after the fixing of the interest rates such bonds will bear, and it shall be permissible for the Council to issue such bonds in the annual maturities so determined upon and bearing the rate or rates of interest ascertained upon the sale of such bonds; all in accordance with provisions of Section 50-1026 Idaho Code, and the Municipal Bond Law of Idaho; that said bonds shall be in denominations of $100.00, or any even multiple thereof not exceeding $5,000.00 (to be fixed later by ordinance), numbered consecutively, beginning with the number one, the bonds being payable in numerical order, the lowest number first; and that such bonds may be made subject to prior redemption at such time or times, with or without a premium, and upon such terms and conditions as may be determined by the Council (in its discretion) in the ordin- ance authorizing the bonds. section 4. Said general obligation sewer bonds shall bear interest at a rate or rates not exceeding six per centum (6%) per annum, payable semiannually (provided that the first and last interest coupons may be for a period of longer or shorter than six months, but not to exceed one year, at the discretion of the Council), and said bonds shall mature and be payable upon an annual amortization plan, with the first annual principal payment maturing and payable within two years from and after the date of the bonds and the last annual principal payment maturing and payable during the thir- tieth year from the date of the bonds (provided that the last maturity shall not exceed thirty years from the date of the bonds). The various annual maturities shall be, as nearly as practicable, in such principal amounts as will, together with the accruing, interest on all outstanding bonds of such issue, be met and paid by an equal annual tax levy for the payment of the PrinciPal of said bonds and interest thereon during the term for which such bonds shall be issued; pro- vided, however, that anything herein to the contrary notwith- standing the Council, up°n its determination that it is to the best advantage of the City, may issue and sell such bonds with -6- such annual maturities as it shall determine either prior to or after the fixing of the interest rates such bonds will bear, and it shall be permissible for the Council to issue such bonds in the annual maturities so determined upon and bearing the rate or rates of interest ascertained upon the sale of such bonds; all in accordance with pro- visions of Section 50-1026 Idaho Code, and the Municipal Bond Law of Idaho; that said bonds shall be in denominations of $100.00, or any even multiple thereof not exceeding $5,000.00 (to be fixed later by ordinance), numbered con- secutively, beginning with the number one, the bonds being payable in numerical order, the lowest number first; and that such bonds may be made subject to prior redemption at such time or times, with or without a premium, and upon such terms and conditions as may be determined by the Council (in its discretion) in the ordinance authorizing the bonds. Section 5. That for the purpose of providing funds to pay the interest on said general obligation water bonds promptly when the same falls due and also a sinking fund for the payment of said bonds at maturity, there shall be levied annually upon all of the taxable property in said City, in addition to all other taxes, a sum sufficient to pay the interest on said bonds and to provide for the payment of the principal thereof as they mature, and all such taxes must be levied, assessed and collected as other taxes until the bonds so issued are fully paid. The faith and credit and all tax- able property within the said City are and will continue to be pledged for the punctual payment of the principal of and the interest on said bonds. Nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to prevent the City from applying any other funds that may be legally available for that purpose to the payment of said interest and principal, and the levy or levies herein provided for may thereupon to that extent be diminished. Section 6. That for the purpose of providing funds to pay the interest on said general obligation sewer bonds promptly when the same 'falls due and also a sinking fund for the payment of said bonds at maturity, there shall be levied annually upon all of the taxable property in said City, in addition to all other taxes, a sum sufficient to pay the interest on said bonds and to provide for the payment of the principal thereof as they mature, and all such taxes must be -7- levied, assessed and collected as other taxes until the bonds so issued are fully paid. The faith and credit and all tax- able property within the said City are and will continue to be pledged for the punctual payment of the principal of and the interest on said bonds. Nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to prevent the City from applying any other funds that may be legally available for that purpose to the payment of said interest and principal, and the levy or levies herein provided for may thereupon to that extent be diminished. Section 7. The Project briefly and generally described shall consist of the improvement, betterment and extension of the municipal water system, including, without limitation, the replacement of deteriorated and undersized lines, and the construction of a municipal sewerage system, including, without limitation, collection lines, transmission lines and outfall and trunk lines to the sewage treatment facility of the City of Pocatello, Idaho. Section 8. The details of improving and construct- ing the system are more specifically shown and described in the preliminary engineering report prepared therefor by For~gren, Perkins and Associates (herein "Engineer"). For further details, reference is hereby made to said report, which is now on file and available for inspection in the office of t~e Clerk of the City. Section 9. The cost of the Project, including all incidental expenses, has been estimated by the Engineer to be approximately $2,064,500.00. The City contemplates issuing general obligation water bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $100,000.00 and general obligation sewer bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $80,000.00, or so much thereof as may be necessary. The City also contemplates issuing revenue bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $523,500.00 or so much thereof as may be necessary. The City anticipates that the balance of the cost will be defrayed by a special assessment district or districts for $332,500.00 and by federal grants of approximately $863,300.00 and a grant from the State of Idaho in the amount of approximately $165,200.00. The amounts of these grants may vary from these estimates depending upon the availability of funds. Section 10. Such joint water and sewer revenue bonds shall bear interest at a rate or rates not exceeding -8, 6% per annum, payable annually, or at such lesser intervals as may hereafter be prescribed by ordinance; shall mature serially (or in installments if one bond is issued repre- senting the entire principal amount of the bond issue) com- mencing 1 year and ending 30 years from the January 1 fol- lowing delivery; shall be payable solely from the revenues of the joint water and sewer system; and may be made sub- ject to prior redemption at such time or times, with or without a premium, and upon such terms and conditions as may be determined by the Council in the ordinance author- izing said bonds. Section 11. A special municipal bond election be, and the same hereby is, called to be held on Tuesday, the ~ day of ~, 1971, between the hours of 12:00 o'clock noon and 8:00 o'clock p.m., on said day, for the purpose of enabling the qualified electors of said City to vote upon the questions of issuing general obligation water bonds and issuing general obligation sewer bonds and of issuing joint water and sewer revenue bonds set forth in the notice of election, the form of which is prescribed by this ordinance. SectiOn 12. There shall be one voting precinct with bOundaries conterminous with those of the City. Section 13. At said election the voting place and officials serving thereat shall be as follows: CHUBBU ,CK, .PI~. C~,..~T Polling Place The Chubbuck Fire Station 4727 Yellowstone Street Chubbuck, Idaho Offici.als _ phy!is..s ArmstronK ,,, J.a. nigc. e Johnson Nadine Stuar% Judges Edna Bayliss Fmry ~tephenson Clerks Sec~:ion 14. The polls and the ballot boxes shall open at the hour of 12:00 o'clock noon on said day and shall remain open continuously until the hour of 8:00 o'clock p.m. of said day, at which time the polls shall be closed. - 9- Section 15. The voting at such election on the question of issuing general obligation water bonds and the question of issuing general obligation sewer bonds and on the question of issuing joint water and sewer revenue bonds, shall be by ballot substantially in the following form: - I0- (Form of Ballot) OFFICIAL BALLOT SPECIAL MUNICIPAL BOND ELECTION CHLrBBUCK, BANNOC~OUNTY, IDAHO TUESDAY, ~ 1971 FIRST (GENERAL OBLIGATION WATER BOND) QUESTION SUBMITTED: Shall the City of Chubbuck, Idaho, issue and sell its negotiable, coupon, general obligation water bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $100,000.00, or so much thereof as may be neces- sary, maturing annually, with the first annual principal payment maturing and payable within two years from and after the date of the bonds and the last annual principal payment maturing and payable during the thirtieth year from the date of the bonds (provided, that the last matur- ity shall not exceed thirty years from the date of the bonds), bearing interest at a rate or rates not to exceed six per centum (6%) per annum, and payable from taxes levied annually upon all the taxable property located in said City, for the purpose of providing funds with which to improve, better and extend the water system, all in accor- dance with the provisions of Ordinance No. 96 , signed and approved the 20th day of May , 19717 IN FAVOR of issuing water bonds for the purposes stated in Ordinance No. 96 AGAINST issuing water bonds for the purposes stated in Ordin- ance No. QA SECOND (GENERAL OBLIGATION SEWER ~OND) QUESTION SUBMITTED: Shall the City of Chubbuck, Idaho, issue and sell its negotiable, coupon, general obligation sewer bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $80,000.00, or so much thereof as may be necessary, maturing annually, with the first annual principal payment maturing and payable within two years from and after the date of the bonds and the last annual principal payment maturing and payable during the thirtieth year from the date of the bonds (provided, that the last maturity'shall not exceed thirty years from the date of the bonds), bearing interest at a rate or -11- rates not to exceed six per centum (67.) per annum, and payable from taxes levied annually upon all of the taxable property located in said City, for the purpose of providing funds With which to construct a sewerage system, all in accordance with the provisions of Ordinance No. 96 , signed and approved the 20th day of May , 19-VTY? - IN FAVOR of issuing sewer bonds for the purposes stated in Ordinance No. AGAINST issuing sewer bonds for the purposes stated in ordinance No. q& THIRD (JOINT WATER AND SEWER REVENUE BONDS) QUESTION SUBMITTED: Shall the City of Chubbuck, Idaho, issue and sell its joint water and sewer revenue bonds n the aggregate principal amount of 523,500.00, Or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the purpose of providing funds with which to construct a sewerage system and improve, better and extend the water system, the sewer system and the water system to constitute and be operated as a single utility, said bonds to mature serially commencing 1 year and ending 30 years from the January 1 following delivery and to bear interest at a rate or rates not to exceed 67. per annum, as more fully provided in Ordi- nance No. ... 96, signed and approved the ~ day of .May. , 1971, the principal of and the interest on said bonds to be payable solely from the net revenues to be derived from the operation of the joint water and sewer system? IN FAVOR OF issuing revenue bonds for the purposes provided by Ordinance No-. :. 96 AGAINST issuing revenue bo~ for the purposes .providea~by Ordinance No.. 96 Instructions to Voters: In the case of each of the above questions, the voter must make a cross (X) in the appropriate space opposite the words which express his choice. (End of Form of Ballot) Section 16. The Clerk shall cause to be printed not less than 15 days before the election, sample ballots containing the question to be submitted, which sample bal- lots shall be in the same form as the official ballots to be used, except they shall have printed thereon the words "sample ballot," shall be on paper of a different color than the official ballot and shall not be numbered, and the Clerk shall furnish copies of the same on application at her office, to anyone applying therefor. Said sample ballot shall be published at least twice in the official newspaper of the City, the last time to be within 5 days of the elec- tion. Section 17. Ballots shall be furnished by the City Clerk to the judges of the election to be by them furnished to the voters. At said election only those per- sons who are qualified to vote, as aforesaid, shall be per- mitted to vote on said question. Section 18. That notice of such municipal bond election shall be given prior to said election by publishing Idaho State notice of election in Journal ~ a newspaper published Pocatello daily .. in ~%~q~ Idaho, and of general circulation the City for a period of not less than thirty (30) days by at l~'ast five insertions at weekly intervals therein, prior to said election, and shall publish said notice in at least two (2) issues of the official newspaper of the City in accordance with Section 50-408 Idaho Code, the first of which shall be made not less than 45 days previous to the election, the last not' more than 15 nor less than 5 days prior to the election, which notice shall be in substan- tially the followir~ form: - 13- (Form of Notice) NOT~CE CITY OF CHUBBUCK, IDAHO OF' SPF. ClAL MIRFICIPAL BOND ELECTION PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a special muni- cipal bond election will be held in the City of Chubbuck, Ban- hock County, Idaho, on Tuesday, the ~ day of ~, 1971, for the purpose of voting on the following question: FIRST (GENERAL 0BLIGATION WATER BOND) QUESTION SUBMITTED: Shall the City of Chubbuck, Idaho, issue and sell its negotiable, coupon, general obligation water bonds in the a~gregate principal amount of $100,000.00, or so much thereof as may be neces- sary, taaturi~g annually, with the first annual principal payment maturing and payable within two years from and after the date ~of the bonds and the last annual ~rincipal payment maturing the and payable during thirtieth year from the date of the bOnds (provided, that the last matur- ity shall not exceed thirty years from the date of the bonds), bearing interest at a rate or rates not to exceed six per centum (6%) per annum, and payable from taxes levied annually upon all the taxable property located in said City, for the purpose of providing funds with which to improve, better and extend the water system, all in accor- dance with the provisions of Ordinance No. 96 , signed and approved the 20th day of May . , 19717 SECOND (GENERAL OBLIGATION SEWER BOND) QUESTION SUBMITTED: Shall the City of. Chubbuck, Idaho, issue and sell its negotiable, coupon, general obligation sewer bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $80,000.00, or so much thereof as may be necessary, maturing annually, with the first annual principal payment maturing and payable within two years from and after the date of the bonds and the last annual principal payment maturing and payable during the thirtieth year from the date of the bonds (provided, that the last maturity shall not exceed thirty years from the date of the bonds), bearing interest at a rate or rates not to exceed six per centum (6~0) per annum, and payable from taxes levied annually upon all of the taxable property located in said City, for the purpose of providing funds with which to construct a sewerage system, all in accordance with the pro- visions of Ordinance No. 96, si~ned and approved the 2Qth day of May ~-~-f~717~ THIRD (JOINT WATER AND SEWER 'REVENUE BONDS) QUESTION SUBMITTED: Shall the City of Chubbuck, Idaho, issue and sell its joint water and sewer revenue bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $523,500.00, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the purpose of providing funds with which to construct a sewerage sys- tem and improve, better and extend the water system, the sewer system and the water system to constitute and be operated as a single utility, said bonds to mature serially com- mencing 1 year and ending 30 years from the January 1 following delivery and to bear interest at a rate or rates not to exceed 6% per annum, as more fully provided in Ordin- ance No. .96 , signed and approved the 20th day of May , 1971, the principal o--~nd the interest on said bonds to be payable solely from the net revenues to be derived from the operation of the joint water and sewer system? At such election only registered qualified electors of the City will be permitted to vote on the question sub- mitted. A qualified elector shall be over the age of 21 years, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of the State of Idaho for the 6 months, and of the City of Chubbuck, and County of Bannock for the 3 months, immediately pre- ceding said election. The polls will o~en at the hour of 12:00 o'clock noon on said day, and will be open continuously until the hour of 8:00 o'clock p.m., at' which time the polls will be closed. There shall be one voting precinct with boundaries conterminous with those of the City. The polling place for the qualified electors and the officials serving thereat shall be as follows: -15- CHUBBUCK PRECINCT Polling Place Officials The Chubbuck Fire Station , 4727 Yellowstone Street Chubbuck, Idaho · phykli,s am~,trong .... .T~.'n-t ~r~ .Tc,,h,n.q~',n , .. '" J-dges'U ' Edna Baylis s ~ Stephenson CIerks vera C. Armstronq, City Clerk, is ex-officio Registrar of said City. The place of registration is the office of the City Clerk at 5160 ~owstona , Chubbuck, Idaho Except as provided by Section 50-412, Idaho Code, it shall be necessary to register in order to vote at such bond election. When once so registered for a general city election, thereafter an elector shall not be required to again register for the special bond election so long as he shall have continued to reside at the same address, or with- in the same precinct in which he is registered except as hereinafter provided. If such elector shall have moved to another precinct within the City, he shall notify said Clerk of such change of address, and such Clerk shall thereupon strike the ~ame of such elector from the electors' list in which he is registered and shall register him in such elec- tors' register at the new address in the precinct to which the elector shall have. moved. If an elector shall have failed or neglected to vote at any general biennial city election, the Clerk shall strike the name of such elector from the electors' register, and such elector, in order to vote at the special bond election, must again register. Persons who are not currently registered may register on each day at any time during the office hours of said Clerk until and including the Saturday next preceding the election; and on Thursday, Friday and Saturday next preceding the election persons may resister between the hours of 9:00 o'clock a.m. and 5:00 o'clock p.m. and between the hours of 7:00 o'clock p.m. ar~t 9:00 o'clock p.m. The voting at said election shall be by ballot. The ballots to be supplied the voters for their use at said election shall be in the form set out in said Ordinance No. 96 . Said Ordinance No. 96 was adopted for the purpose of ordering the construction of a sewerage system and the imp~ovement, extension and betterment of the muni- cipa~ water system, and orger~'ng t~e issuance of general obligation water bonds and general obligation sewer bonds and of joint water and sewer revenue bonds, subject to the assent of the necessary percentage of the qualified electors voting on each of the questions. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHUBBUCK, IDAHO, this 20th day of May , 1971. Mayor ~' ~ (End of Form of Notice for Publication) Section 19. If at such election the necessary percentage of the qualified electors of the City voting at such election assent to the issuance of the general obliga- tion water bonds or the general obligation sewer bonds or the joint water and sewer revenue bonds, they shall be sold, executed and delivered in the same manner provided by the '%4unicipal Bond Law" of the State of Idaho. Section 20. The officers of the City be, and they hereby are, authorized and directed to take all action neces- sary or appropriate to effectuate the provisions of this ordinance. Section 21. All by-laws, resolutions and ordi- nances in conflict with this ordinance, are hereby repealed. Section 22. If any section, paragraph, clause or provision of this ordinance shall for any reason be held to be invalid or unenforceable, the invalidity or unenforce- ability of such section, paragraph, clause or provision shall not affect any of the remaining provisions of this ordinance. Section 23. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval and publica- tion, as provided by law. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Chubbuck, Idaho~ this 20t~ day of May , 1971. APPROVED by the Mayor of the City of ChUbbuck, Idaho, this .20th day of May , 1971. APPROVED: Attest: - 18 - C ounc i lean the adoption of said , Taylor ordinance. seconded the motion for The Clerk was then instructed to call the roll on the passage of the ordinance and the roll call on said pas- sage of said ordinance resulted as follows: Those Voting Aye: W. Dennis Lesli9 .... ~arl L.,Romriell,,. Wayne ~. ,Ta,ylo~, Ppul S~l, Thompson Those Voting Nay: ............... The ordinance was thereupon, by the Mayor, declared to have been duly passed. It was moved by Councilman Taylor' . and seconded by Councilman Thompson that the Clerk of the City be ordered to publish said ordinance in full immediately and in at least one issue of the Idaho S~_a~m .Tm,,~n~] , , official newspaper of the City. Thereupon, the Clerk was Ordered to call the roll on said motion and the roll call upon said motion was as fol- lows: Those Voting Aye: w. Dennis Leslie E,g, rl,L., Romriell Wayne G. Taylor Paul S. Thompson ....... Those Voting Nay: The MaYor thereupon declared that the motion was duly carried. "~carried, Attest: There being no further business to come before the meeting, the meeting was, on motion duly made, seconded and adjourned. CitY clerk ~ the STATE OF IDAHO COUNTY OF BANNOCK CITY OF CHUBBUCK Iss. I, Vera C. Armstronq., the duly chosen, qualified and acting Clerk of the City of Chubbuck, in the County of Bannock and State of Idaho, do hereby certify: 1. That the foregoing pages numbered from 1 through 19 are true, perfect and complete copies of the record of the proceedings of the City Council of the City had and taken at a lawful meeting of said Council held atthe City off~c~_~ . in said City, On ~nu, rsday , the 2Oth day of May , 1971, at the hour of 7:30 .. o'clock p.m., as recorded in the regular official book of records of the proceedings of said Council kept in my office. 2. That said proceedings were duly had and taken as therein shown, that the meeting therein shown was duly held, that the persons therein named as present at said meet- ing were present as shown by said minutes, and that all mem- bers of the City Council were duly notified of said meeting. WITNESS my hand and the seal of the City of Chubbuck, this ~ 20~h day of May .., 1971. City Clerk (SEAL) - 20 - (Attach Affidavit of Publication of Election Notice) - 21 - (Attach Affidavit of Publication of Election Ordinance) - 22 - (Attach A£fidavit of ?ublica=ion of Sample Ballot) - 23 - STATE OF IDAHO ) ) COUNTY OF BANNOCK ) ss. ) CITY OF CHUBBUCK ) AFF. IDAVIT CONCERNING suppLEMENTAL REGISTRY. TI ON , , , being first duly sworn, upon oath deposes and says: That the undersigned is now, and at all times here- inafter mentioned has been, the duly appointed, qualified and acting City Clerk and ex-officio Registrar of the City of Chubbuck, County of Bannock and State of Idaho. That all persons who were not originally correctly registered for the specia~nicipal bond election held on Tuesday, the 13thday of ~, 1971, as provided by law, were permitted to register each day at any time during the office hours of said Clerk, until and including the S next precedin~ the election, to-wit, the ... day of~ , 1971, between the hours of 9:00 o'clock a.m. and 5:00 o'clock p.m., provided however, that on Thursday, Friday and Saturday next preceding said election, said persons were permitted to register at said office between the hours of 9:00 o'clock a.m. and 5:00 o'clock p.m. and between the hours of 7:00 o'clock p.m. and 9:00 o'clock p.m. That any person offering to register was permitted to register if he was over the age of 21 years, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of the State of Idaho for 6 months and of Bannock County and of the City of Chubbuck for 3 months immediately preceding said election. Further deponent saith not. .... City'Clerk of SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me this , 1971. My commission expires: Witness ~y hand and official seal. day (SEAL) NOtary P'Ub"i'iC