Bloomberg Vows to Veto Tax Increases

McKaig, Ryan
April 2002
Bond Buyer;4/18/2002, Vol. 340 Issue 31368, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the decision of mayor, Michael Bloomberg to veto tax increases in New York City. Presentation of the executive budget for fiscal year 2003; Issuance of bonds for school projects; Accusations of city council speaker, Gifford Miller against Bloomberg.


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