112. If, pursuant to section 52, an urban agglomeration power is not conferred on the central municipality and the municipal body referred to in that section exercises that power in the whole urban agglomeration and solely in that urban agglomeration, any municipal contribution to the financing of the body’s expenditures that are related to the exercise of that power must be made by the central municipality.
The contribution is an urban agglomeration expenditure that must be financed by urban agglomeration revenues.
However, the urban agglomeration expenditure that is the contribution of Ville de Longueuil to the financing of the expenditures of the Société de transport de Longueuil may be financed by the aliquot shares paid by the related municipalities of the urban agglomeration. To that end, the urban agglomeration council apportions the urban agglomeration expenditure among the related municipalities by a by-law subject to the right of objection under section 115. The second paragraph of section 205 and section 205.1 of the Act respecting land use planning and development (chapter A-19.1) apply, with the necessary modifications, to determine the particulars to be included in the by-law and, if necessary, an alternate apportionment criterion. Section 488 of the Cities and Towns Act (chapter C-19) applies to every related municipality as if the aliquot share was an amount payable directly to the transit authority.
2004, c. 29, s. 112; 2006, c. 60, s. 69.