D.C. MAyor Williams Makes New Pitch for Baseball

Vadum, Matthew
April 2004
Bond Buyer;4/13/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31861, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that District of Columbia Mayor Anthony Williams has offered a new financing plan for the city's proposed baseball stadium in April 2004. Background on the plan that includes some tax-exempt bond financing but does not require an equity investment from the baseball team's would-be owner; Details of the financing package which also tax increment financing; Reaction of the Washington Baseball Club to the removal of the private financing requirement.


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