Ordinances

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2016-1290(PDF) Amending Section 23-2-7 of the Farmington City Code establishing residential and commercial charges for sanitation service
2016-1291(PDF) Authorizing and providing for the issuance by the City of Farmington, New Mexico of its revenue bonds designated “Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds, 2016 Series A (Public Service Company of New Mexico San Juan and Four Corners Project)” to be issued in an aggregate principal amount of $46,000,000 to be issued pursuant to the provisions of the Pollution Control Revenue Bond Act, Chapter 397, Laws of 1973 of the State of New Mexico, 31st Legislature, 1st Session, as amended for the purpose of refunding outstanding revenue bonds issued under such Act to refund previously issued revenue bonds under such Act to refund previously issued revenue bonds under such Act to finance a portion of the costs to Public Service Company of New Mexico Public Service Company of New Mexico (the “Company”), a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of New Mexico (the “State”) of (i) acquiring, constructing, and installing certain air and water pollution control systems and facilities (the “San Juan Facilities”) relating to Unit 3 at the San Juan Generating Station (the “San Juan Plant”) located in San Juan County, New Mexico, interests in which are owned by the Company and (ii) acquiring, constructing, reconstructing, improving, maintaining, equipping or furnishing certain air and water pollution control facilities (the “Four Corners Facilities”, and together with the San Juan Facilities, the “Facilities”) relating to Units 4 and 5 at the Four Corners Generating Station (the “Four Corners Plant”, and together with the San Juan Plant, the “Plants”) an electric power generating plant located in San Juan County, New Mexico, interests in which are owned by the Company, said revenue bonds to be payable by the City solely from the revenues payable to the City by Public Service Company of New Mexico pursuant to certain Installment Sale Agreements dated as of September 1, 2016 between the City, as Vendor, and Public Service Company of New Mexico, as Vendee, and certain other moneys pledged therefor hereunder, said revenue bonds never to constitute an indebtedness of the City within the meaning of any State constitutional provision or statutory limitation, and never to constitute or give rise to any pecuniary liability of the City or a charge against its general credit or taxing powers and declaring that emergency circumstances exist with respect thereto
2016-1292(PDF) Authorizing and providing for the issuance by the City of Farmington, New Mexico of its revenue bonds designated “Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds, 2016 Series B (Public Service Company of New Mexico San Juan and Four Corners Projects)” to be issued in an aggregate principal amount of $100,000,000 to be issued pursuant to the provisions of the Pollution Control Revenue Bond Act, Chapter 397, Laws of 1973 of the State of New Mexico, 31st Legislature, 1st Session, as amended for the purpose of refunding outstanding revenue bonds issued under such Act to refund previously issued revenue bonds under such Act to refund previously issued revenue bonds under such Act to refund previously issued revenue bonds under such Act to finance the cost to Public Service Company of New Mexico (the “Company”) a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of New Mexico (the “State”) of (i) certain facilities (the “San Juan Facilities”) for the abatement, control, reduction or prevention of air and water pollution caused by the operation of Units 1, 2, 3 and 4 (“Units 1, 2, 3 and 4”) at the San Juan Generating Station (the “San Juan Plant”) located in San Juan County, New Mexico, interests in which are owned by the Company and (ii) certain facilities (the “Four Corners Facilities” and together with the San Juan Facilities, the “Facilities”) for the abatement, control, reduction or prevention of air and water pollution caused by the operation of Units 4 and 5 (“Units 4 and 5”) at the Four Corners Generating Station, (the “Four Corners Plant”, and together with the San Juan Plant, the “Plants”), an electric power generating plant located in San Juan County, New Mexico, interests in which are owned by the Company, said revenue bonds to be payable by the City solely from the revenues payable to the City by the Company pursuant to a certain Installment Sale Agreement between the City, as Vendor, and the Company, as Vendee, and certain other moneys pledged therefor hereunder, said revenue bonds never to constitute an indebtedness of the City within the meaning of any State constitutional provision or statutory limitation, and never to constitute or give rise to any pecuniary liability of the City or a charge against its general credit or taxing powers and declaring that emergency circumstances exist with respect thereto
2016-1293(PDF) Revising certain sections of the Farmington City Code providing for clarification and additions to provisions in Chapter 8, Article 13 dealing with food catering/vending wagons and trucks