Commissioner Susan Fletcher read a proclamation during the May 11 Collin County Commissioners Court meeting proclaiming the month of may as motorcycle safety and awareness month in Collin County.
According to the proclamation, the number of motorcyclists in the county is increasing each year. Motorcyclists are roughly unprotected and experience more injury or death in a crash than any other vehicle. In an effort to reduce these statistics, several campaigns have urged motorcyclists and drivers to be aware of other drivers and regard motorcyclists with the same respects as other vehicles traveling the roadways.
County commissioners voted to begin a long process of selling $43.4 million in road bonds and $2.3 million for parks and open space. The funds, totaling $45.7 million, will not be issued until August.
The bond sale schedule is listed below:
May 11—Court meeting: Discussion on Bond issue
May 18—Provide initial draft of Preliminary Official Statement and send to County and Bond Counsel for comments and modifications
May 29—Receive information from County
June 1—Distribution Preliminary Official Statement to Rating Agencies
June 8—Week of Ratings Calls
June 15—Court approves Parameters Order
June 22—Week of Receive credit ratings
June 25—Final comments due on Preliminary Official Statement
June 26—Finalize Preliminary Official Statement Send Official Statement to i-Deal Prospectus for Electronic Distribution to Underwriters
July 6—Week of Pricing: Adopt Orders and Purchase Agreements and Awards the Bonds
July 14—Print Final Official Statement
August 12—Bond closing and delivery of funds
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