N.Y.C. Plan to Spend Tobacco Debt on Landfill Draws Flak

McKaig, Ryan
June 2001
Bond Buyer;6/20/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31164, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that members of the Independent Budget Office (IBO) and Citizens Budget Commission (CBC) have criticized a plan by New York City officials to use tobacco bond money to help finance the closure of Fresh Kills landfill. Criticism about the use of debt to cover operating expenses; Other concerns of the IBO and CBC members.


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