Prince George's County, Md., Delays $65 Million Borrowing

Newman, Emily
November 2004
Bond Buyer;11/30/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32019, p4
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The article focuses on issues related to public finance in Prince George County, Virginia. Although officials in Prince George's County, have announced they will break ground for the $ I billion National Harbor hotel and convention center project on Thursday, plans for the county to issue $65 million of tax-exempt special obligation infrastructure bonds for the project have been pushed back due to administrative issues. The largest development in Prince George's history, according to county officials, the National Harbor project will ultimately involve up to $ 160 million of bonds.


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