Cropp Offers D.C. Ballpark Alternative

Vadam, Matthew
November 2004
Bond Buyer;11/8/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32006, p1
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Reports on Washington, D.C., Council chairman Linda Cropp's issuance of an alternative ballpark financing plan days before the council was expected to debate on city Mayor Anthony Williams' borrowing proposal for a stadium and related community development projects. Concerns on whether Williams has enough support on the council to carry his proposal; Cropp's reasons for proposing an alternative plan.


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