Florida's Volusia County Plans $65.5M Gas Tax Revenue Bond Sale

Sigo, Shelly
August 2004
Bond Buyer;8/9/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31943, p48
Trade Publication
Reports on the decision of officials of Volusia County, Florida to sell $65.5 million of gas-tax revenue bonds for major road projects. Previous sale of %55.6 million of tourist tax revenue bonds to fund a major expansion of the Daytona Beach convention center; Financial adviser Public Financial Management; Bond counsel Bryant Miller & Olive.


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