Manhattan Stadium Opponents Threaten Suit Over Funding Plan

McDonald, Michael
October 2004
Bond Buyer;10/22/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 31995`, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the lawsuit filed by the opponents of the proposed New York Jets football stadium to bar New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg from using the city's Transitional Finance Authority (TFA) to support part of a refinancing plan. Violation of the TFA legislation; Redevelopment of the neighborhood around the stadium;Consideration of Bloomberg's proposal as a risky plan; Subjectivity of the scheme to City Council approval.


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