Fitch Rates Roseville Joint Union HSD, California $25MM GOs 'AA'.
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An international rating agency for financial institutions, insurance companies, and corporate, sovereign, and municipal debt. Fitch Ratings has headquarters in New York and London and is wholly owned by FIMALAC of Paris. assigns an 'AA' rating to $25 million Roseville Joint Union High School District Roseville Joint Union High School District is a school district that consists of 4 regular high schools, 2 continuation high schools, an adult school, and a campus under construction. (Placer and Sacramento Counties, CA) election of 2004 general obligation (GO) bonds, series B. In addition, Fitch affirms its 'AA' rating on roughly $60.3 million outstanding GO bonds. The Rating Outlook is Stable. The bonds are expected to sell via negotiation led by Stone & Youngberg on July 6.
The 'AA' rating reflects Roseville Joint Union High School District's (the district) low to moderate debt levels, strong assessed valuation (AV) growth, high wealth levels, and healthy fund balances. These factors are slightly offset by ongoing growth-related fiscal and capital pressures. Principal amortization has slowed with this issue and is now below average. The district has experienced strong AV growth, averaging close to 13% annually since fiscal 2000. Population growth and building activity have been and remain strong. Above-average wealth indicators and high per-capita retail sales characterize the district's economic profile.
Located 16 miles northeast of Sacramento in Placer and Sacramento Counties, the district's economy is diverse and expanding. The City of Roseville (the city), along with unincorporated areas In law, an unincorporated area is a region of land that is not a part of any municipality. To "incorporate" in this context means to form a municipal corporation, i.e., a city or town with its own government. in Placer County make up the majority of the district's assessed value with unincorporated areas in Sacramento County comprising the remaining portion. Student enrollment for the 2006 fiscal school year is about 8,634 and is projected to increase by 1,823 new students by fiscal 2011, a larger increase than previously predicted, indicative of the area's rapid growth. The local economy is largely residential with a good mix of commercial and industrial businesses. The district's strategic location off Interstate 80 contributes to the retail strength. In 2005, city unemployment (4.0%) was below state and national rates, and income levels remain well above state and national averages.
Financial operations are marked by healthy general fund reserves. The fiscal 2005 ending fund balance climbed to $7.1 million, or a solid 12.9% of spending. Fiscal 2006 year-end estimates project a slight drawdown Drawdown
The peak to trough decline during a specific record period of an investment or fund. It is usually quoted as the percentage between the peak to the trough.
Notes: . These results continue to exceed the state's 3% minimum requirement as well as the district's internal 10% fund balance policy. Adding strength to the district's credit, the unreserved fund balance rose by over $1.0 million to $3.6 million, or 6.5% of spending. District revenue growth continues to be propelled by rising enrollment and assessed values. Of note is the district's decreased reliance on state revenue sources as its AV continues to soar SOAR - 1. State, Operator And Result. A general problem-solving production system architecture, intended as a model of human intelligence. Developed by A. Newell in the early 1980s. SOAR was originally implemented in Lisp and OPS5 and is currently implemented in Common Lisp. and provide a larger share of revenue-limit sources. District expenditures are dominated by employees' salaries and benefits. The district reportedly enjoys a stable and cooperative relationship with its labor unions labor union: see union, labor. , with contracts set in place through June 2007.
This is the second issuance from a $79 million bond measure approved by nearly 60% of voters in November 2004 under California's Proposition 39 election procedure. Bond proceeds will fund construction of a fifth high school, building of permanent classrooms at two other high schools, and completion of stadium turf and track at several schools. In the face of rising construction costs, district management is implementing an adaptive capital plan -- indicative of a prudent management action. The bonds are part of a facilities master plan that will be supplemented by developer fees and state matching funds Noun 1. matching funds - funds that will be supplied in an amount matching the funds available from other sources
cash in hand, finances, funds, monetary resource, pecuniary resource - assets in the form of money . Debt ratios are mixed with direct debt, low at $589 per capita [Latin, By the heads or polls.] A term used in the Descent and Distribution of the estate of one who dies without a will. It means to share and share alike according to the number of individuals. , or 0.5% of market value, while overall debt level is moderate at $3,891 per capita, or 3.2% of market value. Principal amortization is below average at 44.2% paid in 10 years.
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