The resolution of the Ohio building authority authorizing the issuance of authority obligations may contain provisions which shall be part of the contract with the holders of the obligations as to:
(A) Pledging all or such portion as it determines of the available receipts of the authority for the payment of bond service charges and all other payments required to be made by the trust agreement or indenture securing such obligations, or restricting the security for a particular issue of obligations to specific revenues or receipts of the authority;
(B) The acquisition, construction, reconstruction, equipment, furnishing, improvement, operation, alteration, enlargement, maintenance, insurance, and repair of capital facilities and sites therefor, and the duties of the authority with reference thereto;
(C) Other terms of the obligations;
(D) Limitations on the purposes to which the proceeds of the obligations may be applied;
(E) The rate of rentals or other charges for the use of capital facilities, the revenues from which are pledged to the obligations authorized by such resolution, including limitations upon the power of the authority to modify such rentals or other charges;
(F) The use of and the expenditures of the revenues of the authority in such manner and to such extent as shall be determined, which may include provision for the payment of the expenses of the operation, maintenance, and repair of capital facilities, and the operation and administration of the authority so that such expenses shall be paid or provided as a charge prior to the payment of bond service charges and all other payments required to be made by the trust agreement or indenture securing such obligations;
(G) Limitations on the issuance of additional obligations;
(H) The terms of any trust agreement or indenture securing the obligations or under which the same may be issued;
(I) Any other or additional agreements with the holders of the obligations, or the trustee therefor with respect to the operation of the authority and with respect to its property, funds, and revenues, and insurance thereof, and of the authority, its members, officers, and employees;
(J) The deposit and application of funds and the safeguarding of funds on hand or on deposit without regard to Chapter 131. of the Revised Code, including any deposits of accrued interest for the payment of bond service charges and any deposits of premium for the payment of bond service charges or for the application to the payment of costs of capital facilities;
(K) Municipal bond insurance, letters of credit, and other related agreements, the cost of which may be included in the costs of issuance of the obligations, and the pledge, holding, and disposition of the proceeds thereof;
(L) A covenant that the state and any using state agency or any using community or technical college or community or technical college district shall, so long as such obligations are outstanding, cause to be charged and collected such revenues and receipts of, or from, any such using state agency or any such using community or technical college or community or technical college district constituting available receipts under the resolution sufficient in amount to provide for the payment of bond service charges on such obligations and for the establishment and maintenance of any reserves, as provided in the resolution for such obligations, which covenant shall be controlling notwithstanding any other provision of law pertaining to such revenues and receipts; provided that no covenant shall require the general assembly to appropriate money derived from the levying of excises or taxes for the payment of rent or bond service charges.
Cite as R.C. § 152.10
History. Amended by 128th General AssemblyFile No.9, HB 1, §101.01, eff. 10/16/2009.
Effective Date: 03-14-2003