MTA Takes Step Toward Refinancing

McKaig, Ryan
June 2001
Bond Buyer;06/06/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31154, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the 14 billion debt on refinancing scheme of metropolitan transportation authority (MTA) in New York Review Board. Grant on the bond resolutions; Comments on the resolution by Ira Greenberg, a counsel for review board member Assemblywoman; Significance of the resolution on the MTA massive refinancing scheme.


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