Camden County, N.J., Eyes Revival Of Oft-Troubled City With Interest

Braun, Martin
January 2002
Bond Buyer;1/14/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31303, p1
Trade Publication
Discusses expectations from the $15 million in general obligation refunding bonds to be priced by Camden County, New Jersey, in February 2002. Link between the financial condition of the city of Camden and the bond-issue by Camden County; Possibility of a state takeover of Camden; Dependence of Camden City on the state of New Jersey.


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