Up and Coming Texas District Deals $277M

Philyaw, Jason
April 2008
Bond Buyer;4/29/2008, Vol. 364 Issue 32867, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of the Leander Independent School District to issue $277.1 million of unlimited-tax school building and refunding bonds through a negotiated deal in Leander, Texas. The taxable-assessed value of the school district has nearly doubled during the past five years to $11.05 billion for fiscal 2007. Proceeds will be used to finance projects like building one middle school and two new high schools.


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