Officials Begin Preparing for Dallas Cowboys Stadium Funding; RFPs Coming

Watts, Jim
November 2004
Bond Buyer;11/5/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32005, p40
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Reports on the completion of procedures and documents related to revenue bonds to finance Arlington's share of a stadium complex for the National Football League's Dallas Cowboys. Closing date for the construction; Approval by voters to Arlington's sales tax; Issuance of proposals for underwriters; Structure of the bond program; Plans of the city to sell series of tax-exempt bonds secured by the sales, hotel and rental car taxes.


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