DISCLAIMER

FINANCE COMMITTEE


08-0409R

 

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND PROVIDING FOR THE SALE OF APPROXIMATELY $2,320,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION STREET IMPROVEMENT BONDS.

CITY PROPOSAL:

     BE IT RESOLVED, by the city council of the city of Duluth, Minnesota, as follows:

     (a)  Authorization of bonds. It is hereby found, determined, and declared to be necessary, and in the best interests of the city and its residents, that the city should issue its approximately $2,320,000 general obligation street improvement bonds, Series 2008C (the bonds), for the purpose of financing the 2008 street improvement program, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 475, and the City Charter;

     (b)  Issuance and sale of bonds. The terms and conditions of the bonds and the sale thereof are set forth in the official terms of offering on file with the city clerk as Public Document No. _____________. Each and all of the terms and provisions set forth in the official terms of offering are adopted and confirmed as the terms and conditions of the bonds and the sale thereof, and the city council shall meet at the time and place fixed herein to consider bids for the purchase of the bonds;

     (c)  Competitive sale of bonds. Public Financial Management, Inc., independent financial advisor to the city, is hereby authorized to provide the notice of the sale of the bonds in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, Section 475.60, subdivision 3, and in accordance with the official terms of offering;

     (d)  Subsequent resolution. The form, specifications and provisions for repayment of the bonds shall be set forth in a subsequent resolution of this city council.


FINANCE


STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:  The purpose of this resolution is to authorize the issuance of approximately $2,320,000 general obligation street improvement bonds to provide funds necessary to finance the 2008 street improvement program, which are payable in part from special assessments levied or to be levied against property specially benefitted by the improvements and in part from ad valorem taxes or other revenues of the city.