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(a) The district may borrow money for a district purpose by issuing or executing bonds, notes, credit agreements, or other obligations of any kind found by the board to be necessary or appropriate for any district purpose. The bond, note, credit agreement, or other obligation may be secured by and payable from ad valorem taxes, assessments, a combination of ad valorem taxes and assessments, or other district revenue. The governing body of the city must approve the issuance of bonds, notes, credit agreements, or other obligations of the district, in general terms before the preparation of preliminary official statements or loan closing documents, as provided by the development and operating agreement approved by the city in accordance with Section 3884.160, or by separate action.
(b) The governing body of the city must approve the final terms of the bond issuance, note, or credit facility, including the principal amount, note amount, interest rate or rates, redemption provisions, and other terms and conditions relating to the issuance.
(c) The district shall file annual audited financial statements with the city's secretary.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Texas Special District Local Laws Code - SDLL § 3884.152. Borrowing Money - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tx/special-district-local-laws-code/sdll-sect-3884-152/
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