Ohio stadium deal to be split in two, still faces challenges

Williamson, Tammy
January 1998
Bond Buyer;01/13/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30309, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that Hamilton County, Ohio is expected to issue bonds on January 13, 1998 for a Cincinnati Bengals football stadium. Obstacles to the issuance of the bond; Problems facing the construction of the stadium; Total worth of sales tax bonds for the project to be sold by the county; Performance of the football team in the 1997-1998 football season.


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