County revenue sharing with cities
(1) Subject to the limitation contained in subsection (3) of this section, a county may give, out of its general fund, moneys that are not otherwise obligated for county purposes to any city situated in whole or in part within the county. Such moneys may be used by the city for general municipal purposes.
(2) Subject to the limitation contained in subsection (3) of this section, a county may share the proceeds of any tax or excise described in section 3a, Article IX of the Oregon Constitution, with any city situated in whole or in part within the county for the purposes stated in that section.
(3) In any fiscal year, moneys given to a city under this section shall not exceed the amount of revenue raised in any manner by the county within the boundaries of that city.
(4) Any sharing of revenues between a county and city under this section is declared to be for a public purpose. [1981 c.335 §2]
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