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Issuance and sale of bonds pursuant to the Pollution Control Revenue Bond Act shall be authorized by ordinance adopted by the governing body of the municipality issuing the bonds, which ordinance shall determine the maximum aggregate principal amount, maximum maturity and maximum interest rate of the bonds to be issued (which maximum interest rate may be used in the determination required by Section 3-59-7 NMSA 1978) and may provide for determinations to be made by resolution adopted by the governing body with respect to the issuance of a lesser aggregate principal amount of bonds, the designation or substitution of a trustee for bondholders or depositary or escrow agent for bond proceeds, the issuance of bonds in one or more series and, with respect to any series of bonds, the principal amount, maturity or maturities, sinking fund provisions, redemption provisions, price or prices, which may be at, above or below par, and interest rate or rates of the bonds of such series. Such resolution may provide for the determination from time to time of such interest rate or rates by a designated entity in accordance with any standard and by any procedure specified in such resolution. The agreement of lease or sale securing the bonds of any series and the execution and delivery thereof may be authorized by resolution adopted by the governing body.
No notice, consent or approval by any governmental body or public officer shall be required as a prerequisite to the sale or issuance of any bonds or the making of a mortgage under the authority of the Pollution Control Revenue Bond Act except as provided in that act.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Mexico Statutes Chapter 3. Municipalities § 3-59-14. Proceedings for issuance and sale of bonds; no notice or publication required - last updated May 06, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nm/chapter-3-municipalities/nm-st-sect-3-59-14/
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