CFO Gandhi Says D.C. Has Enough Money for Ballpark

Vadum, Matthew
December 2004
Bond Buyer;12/3/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32022, p7
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Reports on the use of government bonds for financing the baseball stadium and community development plan in Washington D.C. Total amount allocated for the project; Impact of creating a tax-increment financing district in the area on the city's general fund caused by the revenue generated in the area; Comments from Natwar M. Gandhi, district chief financial officer, on the utilization of tax collections for funding the project.


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