House Leadership Changes May Alter Water SRF Funding

Sanchez, Humberto
November 2004
Bond Buyer;11/5/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32005, p5
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Reports on a lobbyist claim that an expected change of Republican leadership on the House Appropriations Committee's water infrastructure subcommittee may lead to lowering the funding baseline for the wastewater state revolving loan fund (SRF) program. Low-interest loans provided by the wastewater and drinking water SRF programs to local governments and operators of sewer and water facilities; House Appropriations Committee's approval of the proposed cut in fiscal 2005 funding legislation; Concerns of water infrastructure lobbyists.


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