Houston Officials Looking at $625M Bond Referendum for November

Albanese, Elizabeth
August 2006
Bond Buyer;8/4/2006, Vol. 358 Issue 32438, p4
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The article reports that Houston, Texas officials are considering a plan to place a $625 million bond question on the November 2006 ballot. City Council members must approve ballot language by the end of August if the plan is to be included in November. City voters may also have the chance to consider again a revenue cap approved by voters in 2004.


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