(65 ILCS 5/11-136-8)
(from Ch. 24, par. 11-136-8)
Such commission shall have the right to supply water or
sewer facilities to any municipality, political subdivision, private person
or corporation, in addition to the municipalities which have formed the
commission, upon such payment, terms and conditions as may be mutually
agreed upon, provided the water is delivered to such party or parties at
the corporate limits of the municipalities which have created such
commission or from such water works properties of the commission located
outside such municipalities that have been constructed or acquired as
necessary and incidental to the furnishing of water to the municipalities
which formed the commission.
Such commission shall have the power to contract with any person,
corporation or political subdivision or any municipal corporation or other
agency for a sewer system or for a supply of water, or to supply water to
such person, corporation, municipal corporation or political subdivision.
Any such contract entered into to supply water or sewer service to a
municipal corporation or political subdivision shall provide that the
payments to be made thereunder shall be solely from the revenues to be
derived by such municipality or political subdivision from the operation of
the waterworks system or sewer system of such municipality or political
subdivision, and said contract shall be a continuing, valid and binding
obligation of the municipality or political subdivision, payable from such
revenues for such period of years, not to exceed 40, as may be provided in
such contract. Any such contract shall not be a debt within the meaning of
any statutory or constitutional limitations.
No prior appropriation shall be required before entering into such
contract, and no appropriation shall be required to authorize payments to
be made under the terms of any such contract, notwithstanding any provision
of this Code to the contrary.
(Source: Laws 1961, p. 576.)