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- Uncle Sam to manage D.C.'s money. Walker, Sam // Christian Science Monitor;4/17/95, Vol. 87 Issue 98, p4
Highlights the debate over President Bill Clinton's move to appoint a control board to oversee the finances of Washington. Urban and financial problems plaguing the city.
- D.C. chooses 8-member underwriting team. Resnick, Amy B. // Bond Buyer;03/09/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30346, p40
Reports that the District of Columbia financial control board has approved an underwriting team for the city's negotiated sale of bonds. Appointment of Thomas Huestis as senior manager on the manager; Total bonds planned for sale by district; Other co-managers of the deal; Investor meetings on...
- Departing D.C. board approves budget. Resnick, Amy B. // Bond Buyer;05/29/98, Vol. 324 Issue 30403, p3
Discloses that members of the Washington D.C. financial control board have unanimously approved a $5.189 billion fiscal 1999 city budget. Expiration of the three-year terms of three of the five control board members on June 3, 1998; United States President Bill Clinton's plan to have Federal...
- Rivlin sought as D.C.'s next control board head. Resnick, Amy B. // Bond Buyer;05/08/98, Vol. 324 Issue 30389, p31
Reports that President Bill Clinton is planning to appoint Alice M. Rivlin, vice chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, as the next chairman of Washington, D.C.'s financial control board. Career background; Group affiliations.
- Message to the Congress transmitting the District of Columbia financial authority budget. Clinton, William J. // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;8/7/95, Vol. 31 Issue 31, p1378
Presents President Bill Clinton's message to the Congress transmitting the District of Columbia financial authority budget, delivered August 4, 1995. Operating budget request for 1996; Estimated staffing level.
- Potomac power outages. Parshall, Gerald // U.S. News & World Report;5/1/95, Vol. 118 Issue 17, p13
Comments on President Bill Clinton's announcement of the creation of a financial control board that will squeeze the bloat out of the District of Columbia's insolvent government.
- Despite protests, control board OKs convention center. Resnick, Amy B. // Bond Buyer;07/14/98, Vol. 325 Issue 30434, p4
Reports on the District of Columbia Financial Control Board's approval of a financing plan for a $685-million bond-financed convention center despite opposition from critics. Restructuring of the original plan; Details of the convention center project.
- D.C. Board Works to Get Control Back Into Local Hands. Resnick, Amy B. // Bond Buyer;10/20/98, Vol. 326 Issue 30503, p4
Reports on disclosure by Alice M. Rivlin, chairman of District of Columbia's financial control board, that the board wants to work itself out of a job. Rivlin's disclosure to the Government Finance Officers Association of the Metropolitan Washington Area; Plan to work with new elected officials...
- Analysts: Continuity vital for maintaining credit quality. Resnick, Amy B. // Bond Buyer;05/05/98, Vol. 324 Issue 30386, p4
Reports that continuity of action is important for maintaining and improving Washington, D.C.'s credit, according to Parry Young, director at Standard & Poor's. Potential impact of the anticipated changeover in the financial board leadership on the district's credit quality; Comments from...