As used in this part, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise, the term:
(1) “Agency of the state” means and includes this state and any department of, or corporation, agency, or
instrumentality heretofore or hereafter created, designated, or established by, this
(2) “Authority” means the Santa Rosa Bay Bridge Authority.
(3) “Bonds” means and includes the notes, bonds, refunding bonds, or other evidences of indebtedness
or obligations, in either temporary or definitive form, which the authority is authorized
to issue pursuant to this part.
(4) “County” means Santa Rosa County.
(5) “Department” means the Department of Transportation.
(6) “Division” means the Division of Bond Finance of the State Board of Administration.
(7) “Federal agency” means and includes the United States, the President of the United States, and any
department of, or corporation, agency, or instrumentality heretofore or hereafter
created, designated, or established by, the United States.
(8) “Lease-purchase agreement” means a lease-purchase agreement which the authority is authorized to enter with
the Department of Transportation pursuant to this part.
(9) “Members” means the governing body of the authority, and “member” means one of the individuals
constituting such governing body.
(10) “Receipts” means all tolls, revenues, rates, fees, charges, rentals, contributions, grants,
advances, and other sums or receipts of the authority derived from any source whatsoever,
including amounts received pursuant to any lease-purchase agreement between the authority
and the department and amounts received as a result of any arrangement entered into
by the authority pursuant to s. 348.973.
(11) “Santa Rosa Bay Bridge System” means a bridge between Red Fish Point on the mainland
and Garcon Point on the cape, which may include an eventual connection to Santa Rosa
Island, together with any and all appurtenant facilities, approaches, and avenues
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