Wealthy Boston Suburb to Float $20M in Bonds, Bans

Scarchilli, Michael
January 2006
Bond Buyer;1/24/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32304, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that the town of Weston, Massachusetts will sell general obligation bonds and bond anticipation notes in February 2006 to fund school projects. The bonds will be sold through electronic bidding and faxed bids. The town is the wealthiest in Massachusetts in terms of per capita income.


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