Florida Agency Revises Its Offer for Utilities

Sigo, Shelly
August 2002
Bond Buyer;8/30/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31461, p3
Trade Publication
Reports the sale of 486.5 million dollars revenue by the Florida Governmental Utility Authority (FGUA). Use of proceeds to finance the 419 million dollars purchase of assets of an investor-owned water utility; Identification on the cost of repair and upgrades for FGUA; Estimation of preliminary 520 million dollars acquisition agreement.


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