Analysts Skeptical of Plan to Save Waterbury, Conn.'s Finances

Peacock, Wayne
December 2000
Bond Buyer;12/04/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31029, p44
Trade Publication
Reports the doubts of analysts on the financial plan to save the takeover of Waterbury, Connecticut. Increase in special tax for deficit financing; Use of the tax to finance city borrowing for cash-shortage coverage; Support for the implementation of the city's own financial plan and avoid a state takeover.


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