Conservative New England States Ponder Garvees for Roads, Bridges

Piazza, Johanna
April 2004
Bond Buyer;4/5/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31856, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on three northern New England states' consideration of leveraging federal transportation dollars to to back debt to finance bridge and road construction projects. Pending legislation in Maine and New Hampshire that would allow the issuance of grant anticipation revenue vehicles or Garvees at the state level; Vermont governor Jim Douglas' call for the creation of a committee on Garvees.


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