County in Indiana Uses New Tax to Back Bonds for Coliseum

Carvlin, Elizabeth
March 2001
Bond Buyer;03/12/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31094, p38
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Reports that the local government in Allen County, Indiana will use a supplemental tax to an existing food and beverage tax as one of several revenue sources to back tax-exempt revenue bonds that will be used to finance the expansion of the War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne. Total amount in tax-exempt revenue bonds that will be used to finance the proposed expansion of the war memorial.


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