§ 24-12-21. Retirement of outstanding bridge revenue refunding bonds of Jamestown Bridge commission.
Within three (3) months prior to the estimated date of opening for traffic of the Newport Bridge, but not earlier than December 31, 1965, and in case provision shall not theretofore have been made for the redemption of the outstanding bridge revenue refunding bonds of the Jamestown Bridge commission through the operation of the sinking fund for the bonds, the authority may issue its revenue bonds in an amount sufficient, with other funds available for such purposes, to provide for the redemption of all of the outstanding bonds on their earliest redemption date, including the principal amount of the bonds, the premium required to be paid upon the principal amount on the redemption date and the interest to accrue on the principal amount to the redemption date, and upon there being deposited with the trustee under the trust indenture securing the outstanding bridge revenue refunding bonds an amount sufficient, with other funds available for the purpose, to provide for the redemption, all other money then held by the trustee under the trust indenture shall be transferred to the appropriate funds created under the provisions of the resolution of trust agreement securing the revenue bonds of the authority.
(P.L. 1954, ch. 3390, § 7; G.L. 1956, § 24-12-21; P.L. 1960, ch. 219, §§ 1, 13; P.L. 1963, ch. 165, § 12; P.L. 1965, ch. 43, § 5.)