Ordinance ratifying intergovernmental agreement creating entity
(1) Prior to the effective date of an intergovernmental agreement creating an intergovernmental entity, each of the parties to the intergovernmental agreement shall enact an ordinance ratifying the creation of the intergovernmental entity. An ordinance enacted under this subsection shall:
(a) Declare that it is the intent of the governing body enacting the ordinance to create an intergovernmental entity by intergovernmental agreement;
(b) Specify the effective date of the intergovernmental agreement;
(c) Set forth the public purposes for which the intergovernmental entity is created; and
(d) Describe the powers, duties and functions of the intergovernmental entity.
(2) Not later than 30 days after the effective date of an intergovernmental agreement creating an intergovernmental entity under ORS 190.010 (Authority of local governments to make intergovernmental agreement), the parties to the intergovernmental agreement shall file with the Secretary of State copies of the ordinances required under this section together with a statement containing the name of the intergovernmental entity created, the parties to the agreement, the purpose of the agreement and the effective date of the agreement. [1991 c.583 §5]
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