A local agency might issue revenue bonds to fund all or part of its PACE program. In such case, the local agency pledges assessment or special tax revenues collected from the participating property owners to pay debt service on the bonds. The bonds may be purchased by a third-party investor (i.e., open market bond) or may be purchased as an investment of the local government that established the program (i.e., self-financed). SCEIP uses the “self-financed” model, and has had one owner-arranged transaction.
Sample SCEIP bond documents, including Board of Supervisor resolutions authorizing the transactions and sample validation procedure documents, are linked below.
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