46A-1-18 Loan of interim note proceeds to public entity or person for project that state or federal...
Loan of interim note proceeds to public entity or person for project that state or
federal agency is committed to finance--Notes issued prior to financing arrangement.
In addition to
its other powers, the district may enter into financing arrangements with any public entity or person
to loan the proceeds of the district's interim notes to any public entity or person for a project
anywhere within this state. The district may adopt the necessary resolution for the loan without
specific authorization of the Legislature and without regard to the limitations, provisions, or
requirements of any other law except this chapter and chapter 46A-2, and in addition to the aggregate
indebtedness otherwise authorized by the Legislature if an agency of the State of South Dakota or
an agency or instrumentality of the United States government has committed itself to make a grant
or loan to the public entity or person. Under this section, the district may only provide interim
financing less than or equal to the combined federal and state grant or loan commitments on each
project and may not apply the proceeds of the interim notes and financing to any purpose other than
expenses allowed by § 46A-1-17 and the project for which the financing arrangement is made. The
person or public entity receiving this interim financing may apply the proceeds of the district's
interim notes to the project without specific authorization of the project by the Legislature.
Notes to make loans pursuant to this section may be issued before the district has entered into
any financing arrangement if the principal amount of notes does not exceed the amount which the
district estimates to be required to enter into financing arrangements and if a grant or loan
commitment is received before the district lends note proceeds pursuant to any financing
Source: SL 1979, ch 301, § 5; SL 1980, ch 309, § 1; SL 1980, ch 310, § 16; SDCL Supp, § 46-17A-23.1; SL 1983, ch 315, § 14; SL 2011, ch 165, § 289.