Tarrant County, Tex., Officials Mull Mineral Rights Taxes for Debt Service

Albanese, Elizabeth
February 2006
Bond Buyer;2/16/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32321, p3
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The article reports that Tarrant County, Texas officials are working to finalize a general obligation bond plan that could be as much 440 million dollars. It was emphasized that the debt proposal is expected to appear on a May 2006 ballot. The requests for a new county jail, a new civil courts building, new facilities for juvenile service, and a new medical examiner's facility are expected to be included in the referendum.


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