City of Lebanon, NH
Grafton County
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The inhabitants of the town of Lebanon, in the county of Grafton, shall continue to be a body corporate and politic, under the name of the "City of Lebanon."
All existing property and assets now of said town of Lebanon and all precincts and districts within said town including Lebanon Center Fire precinct, Lebanon Water Works, and West Lebanon Village Fire District shall be vested in said city under the provisions of this chapter. Lebanon Center Fire Precinct, Lebanon Water Works and West Lebanon Village Fire District are hereby abolished. All bonded indebtedness of the Lebanon Center Fire Precinct existing at the time of the adoption of this charter shall be reassessed upon residents living within the bounds of said former precinct until at which time all indebtedness shall be removed. Method and duration of assessment shall be determined by the city council. All bonded indebtedness of the Lebanon Water Works existing at the time of adoption of this charter shall be reassessed upon residents living within the bounds of said former Lebanon Water Works until at which time all indebtedness shall be removed. Method and duration of assessment shall be determined by the city council. All bonded indebtedness of the West Lebanon Fire and Water District at the time of the adoption of this charter shall be reassessed upon the residents living within the bounds of said former district until at which time all indebtedness shall be removed. Method and duration of assessment shall be determined by the city council.
[Amended 12-3-1968]
The school district of the town of Lebanon as presently constituted shall be a body corporate and politic and shall have all the powers and shall be subject to the same obligations and duties as are conferred or imposed upon town school districts by the statutes of the state of New Hampshire, in such case made and provided. However, the school district and the city manager provided for under this charter are hereby authorized to enter into such voluntary agreements for cooperative purchasing and the maintenance of buildings as may be desirable to effect economies and promote efficiency.