1-16A-74.1. Establishment of funding program for financing of property by public bodies--Assistance--Pledging of payments--Compliance with statutory limitations. The authority shall establish or assist in the establishment of a funding program for the financing of real property, equipment, or other personal property by public bodies. Such assistance may include, without limitation, the issuance and sale of bonds or notes, the loaning of the proceeds thereof to public bodies or other sponsorship of any such financing, the investment of funds raised for the purchase or leasing of such real property, equipment, or other personal property by the authority in any investment described in § 1-16A-19, the purchase or lease of any such real property, equipment, or other personal property by the authority, the sale or lease of any such real property, equipment, or personal property to any public body and the execution of a trust agreement or similar or related agreements and instruments by the authority or other public bodies authorizing the issuance of certificates of participation for the financing thereof. In addition, the authority may pledge payments from public bodies or other revenues to secure repayment of certificates of participation or other evidences of indebtedness in connection with such program and may enter into such other agreements as its board may deem necessary or appropriate in order to accomplish the purposes described herein.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a school district may enter into a pooled funding agreement for capital outlay obligations, capital outlay installment, or lease-purchase agreements described in this section; however, the school district shall comply with the limitation on the principal amount and maturity date established in § 13-16-6 and with the limitation on levy amounts in § 13-16-7.
Source: SL 1988, ch 13, § 3; SL 1992, ch 4.
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