§ 15.2-1305. Review of appropriations to certain agencies; providing goods and services to such agencies in lie...
The governing body of any locality may from time to time require of any board, commission or authority, hereinafter referred to as recipient agency, to which it has power to appropriate public funds and has appropriated such funds in the past or has received a request for appropriations, such information books and records of the recipient agency as the governing body deems necessary in order that it may be assured that an appropriation or proposed appropriation will not result in the dissipation of public funds and in order that it may determine the use of past and the proposed use of future appropriations, the method of management, control and organization of the recipient agency and its present and proposed programs. If the governing body determines that a particular administrative function or activity of the recipient organization duplicates the services provided by the governing body and that public funds may be conserved by combining, consolidating or coordinating the activities of the recipient agency with those of the locality, it may, in lieu of an appropriation of funds for that function or activity, provide the recipient agency with the necessary goods and services. The governing body may assign officers and employees to coordinate the functions and activities of the governing body and those of the various recipient agencies.
(1968, c. 554, § 15.1-20.2; 1997, c. 587.)Sections: Previous 15.2-1300 15.2-1301 15.2-1302 15.2-1303 15.2-1304 15.2-1305 15.2-1306 15.2-1307 15.2-1308 15.2-1309 15.2-1310 Next
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