Big Apple Buzzes With Olympic Talk

McKaig, Ryan
April 2001
Bond Buyer;04/27/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31127, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that New York City officials are negotiating with the New York City 2012 Olympic Committee to make infrastructure improvements, including the possible construction of a stadium to be financed by bonds to be issued by the city government. City officials' consideration for a lease-appropriation bond sale to finance the proposed ballpark; Other funding options of the city government for infrastructure improvements.


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