§45-5-20  Power of city and town councils to establish intermunicipal agreements for joint purchasing of common-use items. –


Published: 2015

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TITLE 45

Towns and cities

CHAPTER 45-5

Councils and Governing Bodies

SECTION 45-5-20



   § 45-5-20  Power of city and town councils

to establish intermunicipal agreements for joint purchasing of common-use

items. –

City and town councils may establish joint agreements between two (2) or more

municipalities for the purpose of purchasing materials, supplies, tools, and

other items common in usage between units of local government. City or town

councils may, jointly or independently, seek the services of the division of

purchases, department of administration, in procuring items necessary to the

operation of the city or town which it governs and which items are common in

usage to those procured by the state, and the division of purchasers shall,

upon request, by a city or town council, furnish lists of supplies and

equipment to city or town purchasing agents.



History of Section.

(P.L. 1970, ch. 51, § 1; P.L. 1991, ch. 186, § 1.)