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NCEMPA Debt Responsibility by Power Agency Members

(as of 7/1/2016)

Debt Outstanding: $386,215,000.00

CityPercentageResponsibility
Apex1.1218 %$4,332,560
Ayden1.4347 %$5,541,027
Belhaven0.3473 %$1,341,325
Benson0.6507 %$2,513,101
Clayton1.0539 %$4,070,320
Edenton1.5570 %$6,013,368
Elizabeth City4.0525 %$15,651,363
Farmville0.9836 %$3,798,811
Fremont0.2359 %$911,081
Greenville20.3709 %$78,675,471
Hamilton0.0675 %$260,695
Hertford0.3867 %$1,493,493
Hobgood0.0730 %$281,937
Hookerton0.1057 %$408,229
Kinston7.6434 %$29,519,957
LaGrange0.4261 %$1,645,662
Laurinburg2.1984 %$8,490,551
Louisburg0.8445 %$3,261,586
Lumberton4.7153 %$18,211,196
New Bern6.6370 %$25,633,090
Pikeville0.1611 %$622,192
Red Springs0.5500 %$2,124,183
Robersonville0.4237 %$1,636,393
Rocky Mount12.9031 %$49,833,708
Scotland Neck0.5140 %$1,985,145
Selma0.9171 %$3,541,978
Smithfield2.2631 %$8,740,432
Southport0.7366 %$2,844,860
Tarboro3.6701 %$14,174,477
Wake Forest1.1297 %$4,363,071
Washington4.0871 %$15,784,993
Wilson17.7385 %$68,508,748

Interest payments are due and payable on January 1 and July 1 each year. Principal payments are due and payable July 1 each year.

North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency
Projected Annual Debt Service New Bonds
Friday, July 01, 2016

EA Financial Graph** Principal and interest collected each year goes to pay a portion of the July 1 payment for the current year and the July 1 payments of the following year.