New Residents of Rural Texas Look for City Comforts

Albanese, Elizabeth
September 2000
Bond Buyer;09/12/2000, Vol. 333 Issue 30973, p26
Trade Publication
Reports that rural communities in Texas are issuing more municipal bonds to meet the new residents' demands for amenities more likely to be found in urban areas. Increase in housing prices caused by a boom in construction of expensive houses; Issuance of bonds to build a new city hall in Keller; Construction of a public library and state-of-the-art recreation facilities in Southlake.


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