§ 9.  


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  • The city manager shall appoint the superintendent of water works, who shall have charge of the administration of the Cincinnati water works. A sufficient charge shall be made for the supply of water, or any other public utility service operated by the city, to pay the expenses of such water works or other utility, the interest, sinking fund and retirement charges on bonds issued for such water works or other public utility, and for such improvements to said water works or other public utility as council may determine should be paid for without the issue of bonds. The city shall have the power to sell water outside of the city limits and outside of the state at such price as the council may determine. Revenue derived from the water works by the city shall be used for the purposes of said water works, and for no other purpose, and shall not be subject to transfer to any other fund.

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