Factors considered in determining whether to issue bonds
In determining whether to issue revenue bonds under ORS 280.410 (Definitions for ORS 280.410 to 280.485) to 280.485 (Effect of ORS 280.410 to 280.485 on powers of city), the governing body of the city shall consider:
(1) The bond market for the types of bonds proposed for issuance.
(2) The terms and conditions of the proposed issue.
(3) Whether the borrower, lessee or purchaser is financially responsible and fully capable and willing to fulfill its obligations under the loan agreement, agreement of lease or contract, including the obligation to pay rent in the amounts and at the times required, the obligation to operate, repair and maintain at its own expense the project financed, leased or sold, and to serve the purposes of ORS 280.410 (Definitions for ORS 280.410 to 280.485) to 280.485 (Effect of ORS 280.410 to 280.485 on powers of city) and such other responsibilities as may be imposed under the loan agreement, lease or contract. In determining financial responsibility of the borrower, lessee or purchaser, consideration shall be given to the borrowers, lessees or purchasers ratio of current assets to current liabilities, net worth, earning trends, coverage of all fixed charges, the nature of the industry or business involved, its inherent stability, any guarantee of the obligations by some other financially responsible corporation, firm or person, and other factors determinative of the capability of the borrower, lessee or purchaser, financially and otherwise, to fulfill its obligations consistently with the purposes of ORS 280.410 (Definitions for ORS 280.410 to 280.485) to 280.485 (Effect of ORS 280.410 to 280.485 on powers of city).
(4) Such other relevant factors as the governing body considers necessary to protect the financial integrity of the city. [1977 c.772 §8; 2003 c.286 §6]
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