Houston ISD Brings Delayed $279.8M Limited-Tax Refunding to Market

Philyaw, Jason
March 2007
Bond Buyer;3/2/2007, Vol. 359 Issue 32578, p6
Trade Publication
The article announces the sale of $279.8 million limited-tax refunding bonds of Houston Independent School District on March 1, 2007 in Dallas, Texas. The deal was scheduled in early December 2007 but was pushed back because the market was not where it needed for the district to achieve the savings level it desired. Details of the sale, such as the parties involved are also discussed.


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