N.Y. Development Agency Sees Plan For Distributing Federal 9-11 Funds by March

O'Brien, Elizabeth
November 2004
Bond Buyer;11/23/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32016, p7
Trade Publication
Reports that New York's Lower Manhattan Development Corp. will complete a plan for distributing federal funds for post September 11 terrorist attack, 2001 rebuilding efforts by March 2005. Development corporation's timetable for allocating federal funds; Demolition of the Deutsche Bank building in December 2004.


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