Fort Worth to End Year With $112 Million Water and Sewer Refunding

Albanese, Elizabeth
December 2004
Bond Buyer;12/16/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32031, p4
Trade Publication
The article gives information about Fort Worth, which will close out its issuance for 2004 next week, delivering a $112.5 million offering of water and sewer revenue refunding and improvement bonds by Christmas. "The whole package will be all wrapped up with a big red bow by Christmas," said Boyd London, a senior vice president with First Southwest Co. The firm serves as co-financial adviser to the city with Estrada Hinojosa & Co. London said the pricing for the transaction would be completed by Monday, with final approval from the Fort Worth City Council scheduled for Tuesday.


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