Cook County, Ill., OKs $2.9 Billion Budget for 2003

Carvlin, Elizabeth
November 2002
Bond Buyer;11/22/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31519, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the approval of $2.9 billion budget for fiscal 2003 in Cook County, Illinois. Plans to refund county debt and complete a planned interest-rate swap; Debt issued by the county in the year 2002; Team chosen by the county for debt refunding; Ratings of the county.


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