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26 WWTP Funds

RESOLUTION NO. 2002-26

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND APPROVING AN INCREASE IN THE AMOUNT BORROWED FROM THE CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND FOR THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES PROJECT AND REPEALING RESOLUTION 2002-01.

RECITALS:

A. The City of Ashland (the "City") has entered into negotiations with the State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (the "DEQ") for a loan to the City from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund in the amount of $23,920,068, which increases the previously adjusted loan value by$500,000.

B. The DEQ has provided to the City a form of the amended Clean Water State Revolving Fund Agreement. ("CWSRF")

C. The City Attorney and Finance Director are finalizing this agreement.

THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ASHLAND RESOLVES:

Section 1. City authorizes and approves the form of the CWSRF Loan Agreement for the increased amount to finance the Wastewater Treatment Facility Project.

Section 2. City authorizes and approves the establishment and funding of a designated reserve account to meet the "Loan Reserve" requirement of the CWSRF Loan Agreement, and directs the Finance Director to establish this Loan Reserve.

Section 3. City authorizes and approves the establishment and funding of a Wastewater Rate Stabilization Account. The purpose of this account is to mitigate rate shock when the Food and Beverage Tax sunsets. City directs the Finance Director to establish this account.

Section 4. City authorizes and directs the Finance Director and the City Administrator, acting for and on behalf of the City, to execute the final CWSRF Loan Agreement and such other and additional documents as may reasonably be required for the consummation and closing of the Loan, and any amendments required thereafter.

Section 5. Resolution 2002-01 is repealed.

Section 6. This resolution takes effect upon signing by the mayor.

This resolution was read by title only in accordance with Ashland Municipal Code Section 2.04.090 duly

PASSED and ADOPTED this 3rd day of September, 2002:
Barbara Christensen, City Recorder

SIGNED and APPROVED this 4th day of September, 2002:
Alan W. DeBoer, Mayor

Reviewed as to form:
Paul Nolte, City Attorney

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