Capital Plans

DeSue, Tedra
January 2002
Bond Buyer;1/31/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31315, p31
Trade Publication
Reports on the approval of plans for the issuance of multi-million dollars of revenue bonds for several capital projects by the Jacksonville City Council in the third week of January 2002. Amount of funds settled for different project categories; Plans regarding the use of electric and water revenues that would back the bonds; Fear of council members about the adverse effect of the two issues on the city's bonding capacity.


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