N.Y.C. Mayor, City Council Compromise on Far West Plan
- NEW YORK: Hudson Yards Breaks Ground. Burton, Paul // Bond Buyer;12/10/2012, Vol. 382 Issue 33826, p7
The article offers information on the redevelopment project of Hudson Yards Development Corp. of New York City.
- From 0 t0 12 Million Square Feet. Davidson, Justin // New York;10/15/2012, Vol. 45 Issue 33, p44
The article discusses the Hudson Yards real estate development project in New York City. The project is described as the largest and densest real estate development in the U.S., which includes 12 million square feet of offices, hotel rooms, open space, shops and apartments. The first phase of...
- Hackney downer. Fernie, Jes // Building Design;3/15/2002, Issue 1524, p24
Reports on the inefficiency and failures of Hackney Council in Great Britain as of March 2002. Debts of Hackney Council; Decision of Hackney Council to sell its local authority property; Restrictions imposed on public use of the pool opened by Hackney Council in Stoke Newington.
- TEXAS: El Paso: the Sky's the Limit. Watts, Jim // Bond Buyer;7/3/2012, Vol. 381 Issue 33741, p7
The article reports that El Paso, Texas City Council has amended its debt management policy, by doing away with 100 million dollars limit on certificates of obligation to allow itself to issue any amount of debt, which will help the city to proceed with its street infrastructure improvement plan.
- Feds Eye Incinerator Crisis. Burton, Paul // Bond Buyer;1/30/2012, Vol. 379 Issue 33654, p7
The article reports that the City Council of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania has requested the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the bond transactions that have largely put the city 310 million dollars in debt and under state receivership.
- CORRECTION. // Indianapolis Business Journal;5/18/2015, Vol. 36 Issue 12, p12
A correction to an article in the previous issue about debt refinancing of the Carmel Redevelopment Commission in Indiana by the Carmel City Council.
- Belfast loses case on pay cut to win CCT contract. Ward, Seamus // Public Finance;10/09/98, p10
Reports that an industrial tribunal in Great Britain has found that the City Council of Belfast, Ireland, was wrong to offer poorer employment terms to win a Compulsory Competitive Tendering Contract. Consequences of the ruling for other councils; Pay back ordered by the tribunal; Estimated...
- Scots councils pass Best Value test. Brown, Steve // Public Finance;03/26/99, p6
Reports on the extension of the moratorium on compulsory competitive tendering in Scotland, after city councils passed their second `Best Value' test on public administration. Scottish local government minister Henry McLeish's comments on the council's progress to improve services; Plans to...
- Brum council law team scoops work from firms. Butcher, Caroline // Lawyer;9/19/2011, Vol. 25 Issue 36, p7
The article reports that the Birmingham City Council in England has pitched four public sector contracts under Legal Service Birmingham (LSB) Law brand to prevent the risks of budget cuts.