Power and authority of municipalities, counties, and public corporations.
Each municipality or county and each public corporation shall have the power and, when approved by its governing body, the authority, to do or perform any one or more of the following:
(1) To anticipate the receipt of any grant either by loan or by assignment or both; to issue securities to evidence such loan or assignment; to make such securities the general obligation indebtedness of the issuer or the obligation of the issuer limited or restricted as to source of payment and security to all or a portion of the proceeds of the grant or to any revenue, receipts, or income or any special tax or license of the issuer, or any one or more thereof.
(2) To pledge to the holders of any securities issued pursuant to this chapter the full faith and credit of the issuer and in addition to, or instead of such pledge, to pledge and grant a security interest in all or a portion of the proceeds of the grant or any revenue, receipts or income or any special tax or license of the issuer, or any one or more thereof; or to mortgage or grant a security interest in any property of the issuer as security for any such securities, as the governing body of the issuer may determine.
(3) To pledge, assign, and grant a security interest in all or any part of the proceeds of any grant to the holders of any securities issued by the municipality, county or the public corporation for any lawful purpose under the authority of any law other than this chapter.
(Acts 1980, No. 80-697, p. 1400, §3.)