Heading Into Sale, Boca Raton, Fla., Receives Excellent Marks

Sigo, Shelly
June 2001
Bond Buyer;6/27/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31169, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on Boca Raton, Florida's sale of revenue improvement bonds to help build a water treatment plant. Ratings received by the bond deal from various agencies; State of the city's finances.


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