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Section: Adoption of final revenue allocation plan

Statute: 52:27D-470

22. Before pledging any revenues, issuing any bonds, incurring any obligations or guaranteeing the obligations of any other entity with respect to the project costs of any project, the district agent shall adopt a final revenue allocation plan for that project. That plan shall include: a. a description of the project or projects to be financed, including the projected cost and construction schedule; b. a description of any development to be undertaken by any developer in connection with the project, including an estimate of the eligible revenues anticipated from the development; c. a description of the eligible revenues to be pledged to the support of the project, or to the bonds or other obligations to be issued or incurred by the district agent; d. a description of other anticipated projects for the district and the anticipated means of financing those projects; e. a copy of any proposed bond resolution, contract, lease or other agreement to be adopted or authorized by the district agent. Any proposed bond resolution shall include a description of the security features of the bonds, including reserve funds or other security enhancements, if any, such as a municipal guarantee, qualified bond authorization, bond insurance or letter of credit; the maturity schedule for the bonds; the estimated interest rate; the period of capitalized interest, if any; an estimate of the costs of issuance, with identification of bond counsel, financial advisers, underwriters and other professionals engaged to assist in the issuance of bonds; lien priorities among projects, if any; and such other information as the board may require; and f. a certification by the chief financial officer of the property tax increment base, if property tax increment revenue is to be pledged, and of the revenue increment base for each other pledged revenue. If the amount of any such revenue increment base cannot be certified, then the chief financial officer shall estimate the amount and describe the basis for preparing the estimate and the manner in which the revenue increment base will be determined after adoption of the final plan. L.2001,c.310,s.22.

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