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Regional markets
§ 826. Regional markets. The board of supervisors of a county located
within any regional market district heretofore or hereafter created by
law may purchase, acquire, or accept by gift lands for regional market
purposes. Such lands may be situate anywhere within such regional
district. Adequate appropriations may be made for the erection of
necessary buildings, improvements, market facilities and equipment. The
boards of supervisors of the counties within such district may agree
upon the sharing in the cost of such sites, buildings, improvements,
market facilities and equipment and the title shall be taken in the name
of the county where situate. Such improvements shall be deemed for the
benefit of the sharing counties in proportion to their respective
contributions. The purchase, improvement or construction of such market
facilities by counties within such regional market district is hereby
declared to be a lawful county purpose. Such real and personal property
may be leased or sold to any market authority or other public
corporation, or governmental agency created by law for such regional
district. The chairman of the board of supervisors of the county holding
the record title shall execute all necessary leases, conveyances, or
other documents, on behalf of and only pursuant to resolutions duly
adopted by all of the boards of supervisors of the counties interested