Houston Metro Transit Joins Football Financing Team

Albanese, Elizabeth
December 2000
Bond Buyer;12/04/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31029, p7
Trade Publication
Reports the participation of Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority in the financing of the football stadium construction In Houston, Texas. Reasons for giving the tax revenue to the stadium project; Plans of the Houston Metro Transit to help finance the construction of a basketball arena; Estimation of the total amount of funding.


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