Funds required for impact aid revenue bonds
If a school district board issues impact aid revenue bonds under ORS 328.316 (Impact aid revenue bonds), the board shall establish:
(1) An impact aid revenue bond building fund consisting of the net proceeds received from the sale of the bonds. The fund shall be a continuing fund that is not subject to reversion to another fund. The board may use moneys in the fund only for the purposes specified in ORS 328.316 (Impact aid revenue bonds) (3).
(2) An impact aid revenue bond debt service fund consisting of moneys received by the school district as impact aid revenues. The board may use moneys in the fund only for the payment of debt service on impact aid revenue bonds. If any surplus remains after all interest and principal have been paid on all impact aid revenue bonds issued by the board then outstanding and unpaid, the board may transfer the surplus to another fund. [2003 c.343 §4]
Note: Sections 37, 38 and 39, chapter 715, Oregon Laws 2003, provide:
Sec. 37. Section 38 of this 2003 Act is added to and made a part of ORS chapter 328. [2003 c.715 §37]
Sec. 38. Funds diversion agreement related to lease payments made to Indian tribe. (1) A school district may enter into a funds diversion agreement with the Department of Education for the purpose of making lease payments to an Indian tribe for the debt service costs of capital improvements of public school facilities on the reservation of the Indian tribe. A funds diversion agreement entered into under this section must contain all of the following provisions:
(a) Moneys payable to the school district by the department from the State School Fund will be paid directly to a debt service account in amounts equal to the debt service owed by the school district.
(b) The department must pay the amounts required under the funds diversion agreement to the debt service account agreed to by the Indian tribe and the school district.
(c) The department must pay the amounts required under the funds diversion agreement pursuant to the schedule specified in the agreement before paying any other amounts to the school district. The agreement may provide an exception for amounts payable under a prior funds diversion agreement with the school district.
(d) The agreement may not be revoked by the school district.
(e) The agreement will remain in effect until all payments under the lease have been made.
(2) If the department is not able to pay moneys to a debt service account as required by a funds diversion agreement, the department shall give notice to the school district within 30 days after becoming aware that the moneys will not be paid according to the agreement.
(3) Nothing in this section or in any funds diversion agreement entered into under this section obligates the state or the department to pay an amount to a school district that is more than amounts the district is otherwise entitled to receive under law. [2003 c.715 §38]
Sec. 39. Section 38 of this 2003 Act is repealed on June 30, 2029. [2003 c.715 §39]
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