Michigan DOT Poised to Sell $200M of 'Indirect Garvees'

Carvlin, Elizabeth
September 2002
Bond Buyer;9/25/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31478, p26
Trade Publication
Reports the plans of the Michigan Department of Transportation to sell its grant anticipation notes to finance transportation projects. Role of the federal government in paying debt services; Restrictions in gasoline and registration fees; Creation of regular federal aid program.


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