Green Light Expected Today for New York Liberty Bond Projects

McKaig, Ryan
November 2002
Bond Buyer;11/13/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31512, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that New York's Public Authorities Control Board (PACB) is expected to approve two residential projects in New York City that would use $215 million in Liberty bond financing. Role played by state Assembly speaker Sheldon Silver in supporting the bond projects; Agency through which the bonds will be sold once they are approved; Voting members of PACB.


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