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Resolution WHEREAS, the Seventy-seventh General Assembly of the State of Illinois has declared it to be in the public interest that the Illinois Building Authority construct, on behalf of The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, Medical Sciences Building at the Urbana-Champaign campus of the University of Illinois;

and WHEREAS for that purpose it will be necessary for the Illinois Building Authority to acquire jurisdiction of the real estate upon which said improvements will be located; and WHEREAS The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, a public corporation of the State of Illinois with its principal office in Urbana, Illinois, has been requested by the Illinois Building Authority to transfer jurisdiction of said real estate for the construction of said building.

Now, Therefore, Be It and It Is Hereby Resolved by The Board of Trustees

of the University of Illinois at its August 10, 1972, meeting as follows:

That the Comptroller and the Secretary of The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois be and they are hereby authorized to execute, acknowledge and deliver, in the name and on behalf of this corporation, an instrument of transfer of jurisdiction to the property described in the attached document entitled "Instrument of Transfer" 1 which said form of Instrument of Transfer is, by this reference, incorporated in and made a part of this Resolution.

On motion of Mr. Swain, these recommendations were approved and the foregoing resolution was adopted by the following vote: Aye, Mr.

Hughes, Mr. Pogue, Mr. Swain; no, none; absent, none.

A copy of the "Instrument of Transfer" is filed with the Secretary of the Board for record.

1972] 49

UNIVERSITY OF I L L I N O I S

REQUEST FROM ILLINOIS BUILDING AUTHORITY TO TRANSFER

J U R I S D I C T I O N OF L A N D FOR THE LIBRARY OF T H E HEALTH

SCIENCES BUILDING, MEDICAL CENTER

(18) The President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, requests adoption of the following Resolution authorizing the transfer of jurisdiction of land for construction of the Library of the Health Sciences Building (also known as the Library of the Medical Sciences Building) at the Medical Center campus.

This project is part of the University's FY 1972 capital program which the Seventy-seventh General Assembly has declared to be in the public interest and which the Board of Trustees at its meeting on December 17, 1971, requested the Illinois Building Authority to provide.

Resolution WHEREAS, the Seventy-seventh General Assembly of the State of Illinois has declared it to be in the public interest that the Illinois Building Authority construct, on behalf of The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, the Library of the Health Sciences Building at the Medical Center campus of the University of Illinois; and WHEREAS for that purpose it will be necessary for the Illinois Building Authority to acquire jurisdiction of the real estate upon which said improvements will be located; and WHEREAS The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, a public corporation of the State of Illinois with its principal office in Urbana, Illinois, has been requested by the Illinois Building Authority to transfer jurisdiction of said real estate for the construction of said building.

Now, Therefore, Be It and It Is Hereby Resolved by The Board of Trustees

of the University of Illinois at its August 10, 1972, meeting as follows:

That the Comptroller and the Secretary of The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois be and they are hereby authorized to execute, acknowledge and deliver, in the name and on behalf of this corporation, an instrument of transfer of jurisdiction to the 1 property described in the attached document entitled "Instrument of Transfer" which said form of Instrument of Transfer is, by this reference, incorporated in and made a part of this Resolution.

On motion of Mr. Pogue, the foregoing resolution was adopted by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Pogue, Mr. Swain; no, none;

absent, none.

A D D I T I O N TO PHASE I OF CONSTRUCTION E N G I N E E R I N G RESEARCH

LABORATORY FOR U.S. CORPS OF ENGINEERS, CHAMPAIGN

(19) On January 17, 1968, the Board of Trustees requested the University of Illinois Foundation to provide facilities for the first phase of the Construction Engineering Research Laboratory for the U.S. Corps of Engineers at Interstate Research Park, Champaign. Phase I is now occupied and leased to the Corps of Engineers for the period of the Foundation financing obligation (thirty years), subject to a ninety day termination right in the Corps. The original cost of Phase I, as incorporated in the lease, is $3,500,000. Title to Phase I is with the University of Illinois subject to the lien of the mortgage and the rights of the Corps under the lease.

On February 16, 1972, and July 19, 1972, the Board of Trustees recommended that the University of Illinois Foundation be requested to construct an addition to the Laboratory, a free-standing building to house a shock-testing machine, at a cost of approximately $425,000, on 1.915 acres of land which the Trustees would convey to the Foundation; and to acquire title to the north 15.175 acres contiguous to the present site of the Laboratory in anticipation of planned expansion of the Laboratory project, at a cost of approximately $105,000.





Arrangements have been made by the Foundation to issue general obligation bonds in an amount up to $550,000 for the above purposes. The present lease with A copy of the "Instrument of Transfer" has been filed with the Secretary of the Board for record.

[September 20 50 BOARD OF TRUSTEES the Corps will be modified to include both the building and the additional land. The rental will be the amount necessary to amortize the total cost of Phase I, the addition to Phase I, and the additional land over the remaining term of the modified lease until 1999.

In connection with the above financing, it is requested that the attached resolution be adopted.

Resolution of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois WHEREAS, in its meeting of January 17, 1968, the Board of Trustees approved the establishment of a Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (the "Laboratory") in the vicinity of the Urbana-Champaign campus and requested and directed the University of Illinois Foundation to provide the facilities in accordance with a Plan outlined to the Board, and WHEREAS, pursuant to that request and direction, the University of Illinois Foundation (the "Foundation"), on December 31, 1968, issued $3,500,000 aggregate principal amount of its General Obligation Bonds (the "1968 Bonds"), the proceeds of which were utilized to provide said Construction Engineering Research Laboratory, which such Laboratory was, and is now, occupied and leased to the United States Corps of Engineers for the period of the Foundation's financing obligation (thirty years), and WHEREAS, at the regular meetings of the Board of Trustees held on February 16, 1972, and July 19, 1972, the Trustees approved the recommendations of the President of the University that the Foundation be requested and directed (1) to construct an addition to said Laboratory, such an addition being a free-standing building for housing a shock-testing machine ("Shock Test Building") at a cost of approximately $425,000, on approximately 1.915 acres of land which the Trustees would convey to the Foundation; and (2) to acquire title to the North 15.175 acres contiguous to the present site of the Laboratory in anticipation of planned expansion of the Laboratory project, at a cost of approximately $105,000, and WHEREAS, the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees has been informed that the Foundation proposes to issue up to $550,000 aggregate principal amount of its General Obligation Bonds (the "1972 Bonds") in accordance with and subject to the terms and conditions of a mortgage (the "Mortgage") substantially in the form approved by the Board of Trustees in its meeting of July 24, 1968, in connection with the 1968 Bonds, a copy of which, as altered to reflect, in draft form, the financing of the 1972 Bonds has been presented to the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees for its inspection and review, and WHEREAS, the Comptroller of the Board and legal counsel to the University have approved the form of said obligation, and WHEREAS, it has been determined that, if the United States Corps of Engineers shall refuse to amend, or terminates, its lease with respect to the Shock Test Building, or shall not request the planned expansion of the Laboratory project, the Shock Test Building is adaptable for direct use by the Department of Civil Engineering and the North 15.175 acres would be readily available for use or sale by the University, and WHEREAS, the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees has been informed that the Board of Directors of the Foundation shall, prior to the issuance of the 1972 Bonds, resolve to cause title to the approximately 1.915 acres of land upon which the Shock Test Building shall be constructed, to be reconveyed to the Board of Trustees, subject to the lien of the Mortgage and the amended lease between the Foundation and the United States Corps of Engineers, as soon as practicable subsequent to the execution of the Mortgage and the amendment of said lease, but in no event later than December 31, 1972, the right of the Board of Trustees to cause such land to be reconveyed to be evidenced and secured by the delivery to the Comptroller of the Board, or legal counsel to the University, in form acceptable to said legal counsel, of an option to acquire title to said 1.915 acres on or after December 31, 1972, if not conveyed prior thereto, in consideration of the payment of $1, and WHEREAS, the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees has been informed that the Board of Directors of the Foundation shall, prior to the issuance 1972] 51

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS

of the 1972 Bonds, resolve to grant to the Board of Trustees, and shall deliver to the Comptroller of the Board or legal counsel to the University, in form acceptable to said legal counsel, an irrevocable option to acquire title to the North 15.175 acres contiguous to the present site of the Laboratory in consideration of the payment of $1, such option to be exercisable by the Board of Trustees at any time subsequent to the acquisition of said 15.175 acres, and shall further resolve to cause title to said 15.175 acres to be conveyed to the Board of Trustees upon retirement of the 1972 Bonds if not conveyed prior thereto, and WHEREAS, the Foundation has previously assigned to the Board of Trustees all of its rights, title and interest in and to any rental payments to be received from the United States of America under the lease between the Foundation and the United States of America, dated November 6, 1967, subject to certain rights of the Foundation, and WHEREAS, as a part of the financing plan, the Board of Trustees has agreed that if the lease of the premises between the Foundation and the United States shall be cancelled or terminated for cause or otherwise, that the University would make such payments to the Foundation as would have been made to the Foundation by the United States had the lease not been cancelled or terminated, until such time as the 1972 Bonds are retired, and WHEREAS, it appears that the annual interest rate on said bonds may be reduced from 61/2% to 5V2% by committing income or additions to the University's Contract Research Reserve account to the payment of the obligation undertaken by the University as outlined in the preceding paragraphs, Now, Therefore, after discussion, and upon motion duly made and carried, the

following resolutions were adopted:

Resolved, that, subject to the delivery by the Secretary of the University of Illinois Foundation to the Comptroller of the Board of Trustees of the University, or legal counsel to the University, of a certified copy of resolutions of the Board of Directors of the Foundation, or its duly authorized Executive Committee, by which the Foundation undertakes to (1) convey title to the 1.915 acres upon which a free-standing building for housing the shock-test machine shall be constructed, to the University, subject to the lien of the mortgage and the lease, between the Foundation and the United States of America, as amended to reflect rentals for said building, as soon as practicable subsequent to the execution of the mortgage, and in no event later than December 31, 1972, the right of the University to cause delivery of title to be evidenced by an irrevocable option to acquire said 1.915 acres upon payments of $1, in form acceptable to legal counsel to the University, and (2) to grant an irrevocable option to the University, in form acceptable to legal counsel to the University, to acquire, subject to the lien of the mortgage and the lease, between the Foundation and the United States of America, as amended to reflect rentals for such land, the North 15.175 acres contiguous to the present site of the Laboratory upon payment of $1, payable at any time subsequent to the acquisition of said 15.175 acres by the University of Illinois Foundation, the issuance of up to $550,000 aggregate principal amount of University of Illinois Foundation General Obligation Bonds, subject to the terms and conditions of the mortgage presented to the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees for inspection and review, as modified or completed without material change, the proceeds of which shall be utilized by the Foundation to construct a free-standing building for housing a shock-test machine and to acquire the North 15.175 acres contiguous to the present site of the Construction Engineering Research Laboratory all in accordance with the plan approved by the Board of Trustees in its meeting of July 19, 1972, and the activities of the Foundation in connection with the issuance of the Bonds and the construction of the free-standing building for housing a shock-test machine and the acquisition of the North 15.175 acres contiguous to the present site of said laboratory be and hereby are approved.



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