With an Eye for Open Space, Florida Voters OK Bond Sales

Sigo, Shelly
November 2004
Bond Buyer;11/5/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32005, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that Florida voters approved significant margin selling bonds, mostly for the purpose of protecting land and waterfront development. Sale of general obligation bonds over the next few years; Plans of Bervard voters to continue taxing themselves an extra one-quarter of a million for the next 20 years to acquire and manage environmentally significant lands to protect water resources, wildlife habitat and public green space for recreation; Results of other bond referendums.


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