St. Louis to Refund $355M Of Lambert Airport Bonds

Shields, Yvette
December 2006
Bond Buyer;12/15/2006, Vol. 358 Issue 32529, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of St. Louis, Missouri to refund nearly $355 million of Lambert-St.Loius International Airport revenue bonds in early January 2007. This move is said to reflect a return stability after five turbulent years. In addition, the bonds are split into two series, one for $250 million that will refund bonds sold in 2001 while the other for $104 million that will refund debt sold in 1997.


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