Sacramento agency to sell tax-exempts for AIDS center

Jacobius, Arleen
April 1998
Bond Buyer;04/03/98, Vol. 324 Issue 30365, p30
Trade Publication
Reports on the Sacramento, California Public Finance Authority's scheduled marketing of $3.3 million of health facilities revenue bonds. Use of the proceeds to enable the Center for AIDS Research, Education and Services purchase an office and health clinic facility in the city; Present-value savings for the nonprofit organization; City's policy of assisting nonprofits active in areas like health care and education.


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