Arizona Agency OKs Up to $45M for Stadium Infrastructure

Watts, Jim
October 2004
Bond Buyer;10/12/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 31987, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority (ASTA) board voted to issue up to $45 million of revenue bonds for infrastructure upgrades around the Arizona Cardinals football stadium under construction in Glendale. Possibilithy that ASTA would issue only $33 million by the end of November 2004; Board's effort to end a dispute between the authority and the city; Important aspects of the revised pact.


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