N.Y.C. IDA Mulling $28M in Debt, Awaiting PLR for Ballpark Deals

Whalen, Robert
June 2006
Bond Buyer;6/5/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32395, p36
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The article reports about the proposed five bond sales that total to 28 million dollars by the Industrial Development Agency (IDA) of New York City. A public hearing regarding the proposed bond sale will be held and will be hosted by the IDA. The city's portfolio of economic stimulus programs are administered by the IDA that includes tax breaks for selected businesses and low cost tax exempt financing for qualified entities.


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