Arizona Authority Extends Deadline for Stadium Site Selection Process

Victory, Darren
December 2001
Bond Buyer;12/06/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31279, p27
Trade Publication
Focuses on Arizona Tourism and Sports Authority's proposed sale of multi-million dollar bonds and a site selection process for a football stadium which was forced to reopen. Reason behind the reopening of the site selection process; Surcharge and taxes that will back the bonds; Meeting to be held by the sports authority with bidders to discuss construction plans.


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