Governing body approval under the Interlocal Cooperation Act, governing body is required to authorize an interlocal contract according to the same statutes and procedures applicable to its contracting authority generally|Statutes governing a particular entity's contracting authority determine whether an entity's governing body may delegate authority to approve an interlocal contract|Municipally owned electric utility, the Interlocal Cooperation Act authorizes the governing body to establish procedures for entering into interlocal contracts that do not exceed $100,000 without requiring the approval of the governing body and necessarily permits delegation of such authority|Municipally owned electric utility governing body may not delegate approval of interlocal contracts that exceed $100,000
Opinion File
  • ga0352.pdf