West Virginia Housing Fund Looks to Speed Up Bond Sale for County

Newman, Emily
August 2003
Bond Buyer;8/27/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31707, p33
Trade Publication
Reports that the West Virginia Housing Development Fund may sell up to 12 million dollars in bonds to expedite an Ohio County, West Virginia project that was approved by the state Economic Development Grant Committee earlier in August 2003 but is still awaiting funding. Particulars of the bond sale proposed; Reasons for selling to another state agency; Issues that need to be worked out for the transaction; Benefits of the proposed bond sale to the housing development fund.


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