Measurement Report

Measurement Report

April 2022

Performance Measurements:

  • Does the Corporation have sufficient legal authorization to support the capital needs of the Project, subject to the conditions set forth in its indenture?

    In August 2018, the City Council passed legislation, which was subsequently signed by the Mayor, that authorized an additional $500 million of borrowing capacity for the Corporation. This additional borrowing capacity also benefits from Interest Support Payment as with the rest of the Corporation’s outstanding debt. Of that amount, the Corporation has entered into a Term Loan for $200 million which can be drawn to fund remaining costs of the Project. The Corporation believes, given the City Council action mentioned above, that it does have adequate financing capacity to meet the remaining capital needs of the Project.
  • Has the Corporation paid debt service and fulfilled its other obligations related to its outstanding debt in a timely manner?

  • Has the Corporation issued debt at fair and reasonable rates relative to market conditions at the time of issuance?

  • Has the Corporation complied with its continuing disclosure undertakings?

    Yes, the Corporation has complied with its continuing disclosure undertakings for Fiscal Year 2020.

Additional questions:

  1. Have the board members acknowledged that they have read and understood the mission of the Corporation?


  2. Who has the power to appoint the management of the Corporation?

    The Board of Directors of the Corporation appoints the Officers of the Corporation.

  3. If the Board appoints management, do you have a policy you follow when appointing the management of the Corporation?

    It is the practice of the Corporation that management presents proposed appointments to the Board of Directors for review and approval.

  4. Briefly describe the role of the Board and the role of management in the implementation of the mission.

    Management handles the day-to-day operation of the Corporation and presents recommendations with respect to the issuance of debt, the setting of management policies, procurements of services, financial statements and the adoption of the Corporation’s budget to the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors reviews and approves these items.

  5. Has the Board acknowledged that they have read and understood the responses to each of these questions?