Play Ball! MLB's Expos Officially Headed to Washington, D.C

Vadum, Matthew
September 2004
Bond Buyer;9/30/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31980, p37
Trade Publication
Reports that the Major League Baseball has awarded the Montreal Expos baseball team franchise to Washington, D.C. Chance of the city to plan for the future sale of 30-year tax-exempt revenue bonds for a new baseball stadium; Disclosure of the franchise awarding by city officials; Estimated cost of the planned stadium.


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