Arizona County Gets Green Light For $17 Billion of Transit Projects

Williamson, Richard
July 2003
Bond Buyer;7/24/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31684, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on an approval of $17 billion of transit projects for Maricopa County, Arizona, to build and expand streets and highways in the county. Plan to issue bonds to arrange required amount for projects; Total amount of tax-exempted debts issued by the Arizona Transportation Board; Dependence of the plan on willingness of voters to extend half-cents sales tax plan beyond the year 2005.


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