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Debt Management

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From time to time the Town issues debt to finance capital investments or to refinance existing outstanding debt. Prior to the issuance of debt the Town, in collaboration with the Local Government Commission, produces an “Official Statement” to facilitate sale of the debt instruments (bonds or Certificates of Participation (COPs)) and to provide detailed information to interested parties. The official statement acts as an offering document for the sale of debt and provides information about the bonds or COPs being offered for sale, the Town’s Finances and demographic information for the Town and the surrounding area.

Official Statements posted on this page are either “preliminary” or “final.” Preliminary statements are posted during the review process and are subject to change. Final statements have been approved for distribution in advance of the sale of the bonds or COPs.

 

$6,640,000 General Obligation Bonds – Town of Chapel Hill Series 2012 (Preliminary)

140 West Limited Obligation Bonds and Refunding of Installment Financings (Preliminary)

 

Timeline of the 2012 Debt Issuance/Refunding Process

April 16, 2012:

  • The Council approved a bond order authorizing the issuance of General Obligation refunding bonds in the maximum amount of $5.5 million to refund existing Town bonds.
  • The Council adopted a resolution stating the intent to issue general obligation public improvement two-thirds bonds.

Read the April 16th Council Meeting Summary

 

April 30, 2012:

  • The Council called a public hearing on May 14 on the proposed issuance of $1.7 million of two-thirds bonds.

Read the April 30th Council Meeting Summary

 

May 14, 2012:

  • The Council received public comment and supported the financing plan for the 140 West Franklin parking project and refunding of existing installment financing obligations.
  • The Council received public comment and supported the financing plan for the issuance of $1,700,000 of two-thirds bonds and $5,500,000 of refunding bonds.

Read the May 14th Council Meeting Summary

 

June 4, 2012:

  • The Council adopted a resolution providing final approval of terms and documents for the Town's 2012 installment financing for parking improvements and to refinance existing obligations.

Read the staff memorandum that accompanied the resolution

 

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