Code of the District of Columbia

§ 10–608. Purposes for which borrowed moneys may be used.

The sum authorized by § 10-607, or any part thereof shall, when advanced, be available to the Mayor of the District of Columbia for the acquisition by dedication, purchase, or condemnation of the fee simple title to land, or rights or easements in land, for the public uses authorized by §§ 10-607 to 10-611, and for the preparation of plans, designs, estimates, models, and specifications, and for architectural and other necessary professional services without reference to § 2-225.05 [repealed], for the construction of buildings, including materials and labor, heating, lighting, elevators, plumbing, landscaping, and all other appurtenances, and the purchase and installation of machinery, furniture, equipment, apparatus, and any and all other expenditures necessary for or incident to the complete construction and equipment for use of the aforesaid buildings and plants. All contracts, agreements, and proceedings in court for condemnation or otherwise, pursuant to §§ 10-607 to 10-611 shall be had and made in accordance with existing provisions of law except as otherwise herein provided.