New Orleans Allows Referendum on Privatizing Sewer Board

DeSue, Tedra
December 2001
Bond Buyer;12/14/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31285, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on approval of a referendum on a multi-billion contract for privatization of the Sewerage and Water Board by the Louisiana Bond Commission. Impact of changes in approval on privatization plan; Uses of proceed from the privatization; Possible approval of issuance of multi-million dollar of single family mortgage refunding revenue.


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