Philly Deal, Once Stalled, Has New Date

McKaig, Ryan
June 2001
Bond Buyer;6/22/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31166, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that a special obligation bond sale from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania which was originally scheduled for May 25, 2001, is expected to proceed in late July. Amount of the bonds to be issued; Reasons for the delay; Use of the proceeds of the bonds to finance the construction of two new sports stadiums.


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