Far West Bond-Watch

Finestone, Deborah; Williams, Rochelle
February 2001
Bond Buyer;02/09/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31074, p33
Trade Publication
Reports development in the bond market in the Western States as of February 2001. Appointment of Joseph Dubler as chief financial officer of the Alaska Housing Finance Corp.; Allocation of funds for the improvement of state road; Proposal for the use of state-supported public bonds to finance the Tacoma Narrows bridge construction project.


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