Austin Learns the High Price of Education in Central Texas

Albanese, Elizabeth
August 2000
Bond Buyer;08/22/2000, Vol. 333 Issue 30959, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that building costs in central Texas have strained the Austin Independent School District's municipal bond-funded construction projects in Austin, Texas. Creative financing methods used by school officials to cope with added building expenses; Amount raised from rolling the accrued interest from the bonds into play.


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