Vadum, Matthew; Peacock, Wayne; McDonald, Michael; Braun, Martin Z.; McKaig, Ryan
July 2001
Bond Buyer;7/23/2001, Vol. 337 Issue 31186, p37
Trade Publication
Presents news items on politics and government in the Northeast, as of July 23, 2001. Withdrawal of a proposal in Washington, D.C., that would strengthen the post of the city's chief financial officer; Connecticut Bond Commission's allocation of state bond proceeds to Connecticut Innovations Inc.; Texas Department of Revenue Administration's additional funding to improve the collection of property tax.


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