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- Providence, R.I., and Brown University Eye Savings, Set to Market Refundings. Piazza, Johanna // Bond Buyer;4/13/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31861, p32
Reports that borrowers in Providence, Rhode Island are expected to market a pair of advance refunding in April 2004 despite the recent trend of rising yields in the municipal market. Amount of refunding bonds planned to be issued by the local government; Allocation of the bond proceeds; Rating...
- In brief. // Public Finance;09/19/97, p3
Reports on developments in the local government and finance of Great Britain as of September 1997. Includes Home Secretary Jack Straw's urging of councils to set joint crime targets with the police; Local authorities' payment of their debt in August; National Lottery white paper on London,...
- In brief. // Public Finance;09/19/97, p4
Reports on developments in the local government and finance of Great Britain as of September 1997. Includes the forecast of a gap between social housing tenants and dwellings by year 2011; Audit of registered social landlords; Housing Corporation's book `Innovation and Good Practice Guide.'
- In brief. // Public Finance;09/19/97, p6
Reports on developments in the local government and finance of Great Britain as of September 1997. Denbighshire council's urging for a public inquiry into Rhuddlan council's finances; Welsh government's education proposals; Government decision to force 16-year-old youth who are not taking...
- In brief. // Public Finance;09/19/97, p7
Reports on developments in the local government and finance of Great Britain as of September 1997. Local authority employers' commitment to the Investors in People initiative; Urging for the social security system's responsiveness to the long-term sick and the disabled; Savings for domestic...
- A long road to a day of reckoning. CILLEY, JACKIE; DEVRIES, BETSI; REYNOLDS, DEBORAH // New Hampshire Business Review;8/26/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 18, p19
The article focuses on a controversy involving the Local Government Center (LGC) in dealing with the returnable fund worth 100 million U.S. dollars to its members in New Hampshire.
- Councils push for freedom to invest. Ewen, Sophia // Public Finance;01/30/98, p7
Focuses on the proposals being refined by the Local Government Association (LGA) that would give councils greater freedom to invest their housing stock in Britain. Restriction of borrowing by councils by the government; Reason why LGA is looking at governance issues surrounding...
- Cosla calls for an independent financial review. // Public Finance;03/07/97, p7
Cites the decision of the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (Cosla) president Keith Geddes to call for an independent review of local government finance. Preparation for final budget announcements; Highest council tax increase; Effect of a Glasgow council workers strike.
- Task group gives councils way to set out financial priorities. // Public Finance;09/26/97, p2
Reports that the Local Government Association (LGA) in Great Britain will establish a task group through which councils can set out their financial priorities. Presentation of the task group's views at high-profile central-local partnership meetings with government ministers.