Mayor Williams: State of the City Is 'The Strongest It's Been in Decades.'

Vadum, Matthew
March 2001
Bond Buyer;03/05/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31089, p39
Trade Publication
Reports the pledge of Mayor Anthony Williams to improve the quality of life of residents in Washington D.C. Commendation on the economic stability of the city; Growth of the real estate market; Concern over the termination of funds for inpatient care at the District of Columbia General Hospital.


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