Colorado Looks to Get Wet

Albanese, Elizabeth
July 2002
Bond Buyer;7/11/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31425, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the approval of water bond issuance by the Colorado House of Representatives. Provision of revenue bonds to finance water projects; Concerns of the governor on the existence of drought problems; Creation of dams.


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