The documents listed below were those submitted during the formation of the Sonoma County Energy Independence Program beginning in March 2009.
Description of Document
|Resolution Declaring Intent||Declaring the intention to finance energy efficiency improvements using property assessments.|
|Resolution Establishing the Program||Establishing contractual assessment program to finance energy efficiency improvements, approving program administrator.|
|Concurrent Resolution of BOS and SCWA||Concurrent Resolution of Board of Supervisors and Directors of Sonoma County Water Agency regarding implementation of the Program|
|Cooperative Agreement Cities||Cooperative Agreement with the Cities|
|Resolution Establishing Enterprise Fund||Establishing a county enterprise fund for SCEIP, approving execution and delivery of loan agreements for SCEIP.|
|Resolution Issuance and Sale of Bonds||Providing for the issuance and sale of bonds, authorizing the execution and delivery of loan agreements and bond purchase.|
|Resolution Treasurer to Invest in and Purchase Assessment Bonds||Authorizing Treasurer to invest in & purchase contractual assessment revenue bonds|
|Resolution Authorizing Funding of Expenses||Authorizing program administrator to fund expenses of SCEIP using Tobacco Endowment|
|Resolution Authorizing Budgetary Adjustments for SCEIP||Resolution authorizing budgetary adjustment s to SCEIP enterprise fund.|
|Resolution Authorizing Investment and Purchase of SCEIP Bonds||Resolution authorizing Treasury Pooled Investment Fund’s investment in and purchase of SCEIP assessment bonds.|
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