Florida counties unite to buy private utility

McEntee, Christopher
February 1999
Bond Buyer;02/04/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30572, p1
Trade Publication
Presents news updates concerning a complex, bond-backed plan that will have Florida counties band together to buy water and sewer systems from a real estate developer. Brevard, Polk, and Sarasota's approval of an interlocal agreement to form an independent special district; Goal of the Government Utility Authority; Counties that are considering whether to become members of the authority.


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