Entering the Garden Spate

Ambroso, Jill D.
July 2004
Bond Buyer;7/19/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31928, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that Casino Reinvestment Development Authority will bring a variety of sizable offerings to market in the second half of 2004, including revenue bonds from an Ivy League university in New Jersey. Expected net money from the sale of appropriation bonds through the Economic Development Authority; Use of the money to help plug a budget deficit for 2005; Demand for a large issue and tax-exempt New Jersey bonds due to governor James McGreevey's successful bid to raise taxes on the wealthy.


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