Southwest bond-watch

May 1999
Bond Buyer;05/18/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30643, p27
Trade Publication
Presents news updates on municipal bonds in the southwestern region of the United States as of May 18, 1999. Includes bond referendums planned in Denver, Colorado; Rating assigned to Arapahoe County's Law Enforcement Capital Improvement Trust Fund Bonds; Highway revenue bonds to be issued by the Kansas Department of Transportation.


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