AGENDA TO THE STATE LOAN AND INVESTMENT BOARD MATTERS
     APRIL 4, 2019
5300 Bishop Blvd., WYDOT - Auditorium
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

 
 
A. MINUTES
1. January 17, 2019 Special State Loan and Investment Board Meeting
2. February 7, 2019 State Loan and Investment Board Meeting
   
B. REPORTS
1. CWC Report
2. MRG Report
3. MSW Monthly Report
4. TEA Report
5. CWSRF SLIB Status Report
6. DWSRF SLIB Status Report
7. CWSRF & DWSRF Conditionally Approved Loans Update
8. PPI Loan Program Report
   
C. POLICY MATTERS
1. Proposed Rule Changes for Chapter 2-Wyoming Joint Powers Act Loans, Chapter 5-Small Water Development Project Loans, Chapter 7-Farm Loans, Chapter 14-Fees for Administrative Services and Interest Rates, and Chapter 34- Hydro-Power Development Project Loans
2. Proposed Rule Changes for Chapter 15-Abandoned Mine Land Funding for Public Facility Projects
   
D. STATE INVESTMENTS MATTERS 
1. University of Wyoming Student Portfolio Management Program Update – Information only
2. Termination of Active U.S. All Cap Equity Investment Management Portfolio Managed by Epoch Investment Partners, Inc.
3. State Investment Asset Allocation Changes
   
E.  FARM LOAN MATTERS
1. Consider an Application for a Beginning Agricultural Producer Loan-Bruegger Living Trust
2. Consider an Application for a Beginning Agricultural Producer Loan- Landon Timothy Hoffer
   
F. CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND MATTERS 
1. Consider Two Applications for Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) Core Program Loan
   
G. DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND MATTERS
1. Consider one Application for a Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Core Program Loan
   
H. MINERAL ROYALTY GRANT MATTERS 
1. Chapter 3 Town of Baggs Emergency Mineral Royalty Grant
   
I. COUNTYWIDE CONSENSUS MATTERS
1. Chapter 32 Countywide Consensus
   
J. MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS
1. Consider One Application for Funding from the Municipal Solid Waste Cease and Transfer Loan and Grant Program
2. Consider Two Applications for Funding from the Capital Construction Loan Program
3. Consider One Application for Emergency Grant Funding from the Transportation Enterprise Account (TEA) Grant and Loan Program
   
K. BOARD OF DEPOSITS - NONE 

WALK-IN MATTERS
1. Consider Acquisition of Real Property as an Asset of the Trust– Crook County
   

   
   
  *Interested Parties
   
  PLEASE NOTE: Rules attached to any board matter are considered to be the draft version until approved by the Board.
Once approved, the rules can be found at https://rules.wyo.gov/.
   
  Complete SLIB 04/04/19 Board Book