2012 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 7 - Municipalities
Chapter 103 - Municipal Sewerage Systems
Section 7-266 - Agreement with bondholders.
In connection with any bonds or notes issued under the authority of this chapter, the municipality may, by resolution of the body having power to make appropriations for such municipality, covenant and agree with the holders thereof as to (1) the rates or charges to be imposed upon the users of such sewerage system, including the municipality, for connection with or the use of such system, (2) the use and disposition of the revenue from such rates or charges, (3) the creation and maintenance of special funds and reserves derived from any revenue source, and the management, use and disposition thereof, (4) the purposes for which the proceeds of the sale of such bonds or notes may be used, (5) the acts or conduct which shall constitute a default and the rights and liabilities of the holders arising upon such default, (6) the terms and conditions upon which bonds or notes issued under the authority of this chapter shall become or may be declared due before maturity and the terms and conditions upon which such declaration and its consequences may be waived, (7) the conditions upon which other or additional bonds or notes may be issued and secured by revenue from sewerage system use charges or benefit assessments or both, and the refunding of outstanding bonds, (8) the insurance to be carried upon the sewerage system, or parts thereof, and the use and disposition of any insurance moneys, (9) the maintenance of books of account and the inspection and audit thereof, (10) the procedure, if any, by which the terms of any contract with bondholders may be amended or abrogated, including the number or percentage of bondholders that must consent to such amendment or abrogation, the manner in which such consent may be given and any restrictions on the rights of individual bondholders, and (11) provisions for the execution of reimbursement agreements or similar agreements in connection with credit facilities, including, but not limited to, letters of credit, policies of bond insurance, remarketing agreements and agreements for the purpose of moderating interest rate fluctuations. Such covenant and agreement may take the form of a trust indenture between the municipality and a corporate trustee approved by the municipality.
(1949, S. 333d; June 12 Sp. Sess. P.A. 12-2, S. 133.)
History: June 12 Sp. Sess. P.A. 12-2 redesignated existing Subdivs. (a) to (i) as Subdivs. (1) to (9), added “and reserves derived from any revenue source” in Subdiv. (3), added “and the refunding of outstanding bonds” in Subdiv. (7), added Subdivs. (10) re procedure for amendment or abrogation and (11) re execution of reimbursement agreements and added language re covenant and agreement taking form of trust indenture between municipality and corporate trustee.
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