Volusia County, Fla., approves plan, keeps its options open in dual bid

McDonald, Michael
May 1999
Bond Buyer;05/17/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30642, p32
Trade Publication
Announces the Volusia County council's approval of plans to price the sale of an option on an interest rate swap on $31 million of airport revenue bonds in Florida, that can be called after October 2000. Expected date for the competitive bid to sell; Option of choice in two potential swap deals in the state; Expected savings from the refunding deal.


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