New Jersey's Poorest City to Get a $175M Bond Boost

Braun, Martin Z.
December 2002
Bond Buyer;12/31/2002, Vol. 343 Issue 31543, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that Camden, New Jersey will get a boost when the state's Economic Development Authority prices $175 million in state appropriation-backed bonds as of December 31, 2002. Benefits from the proceeds of the bonds to the city; Tentative schedule of the bond pricing; Members responsible for city revitalization operations; New Jersey Supreme Court's rulings on bond issuance.


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