D.C. Could Sell $349M For Ballpark

Vadum, Matthew
March 2003
Bond Buyer;3/11/2003, Vol. 343 Issue 31590, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on possible issuance of multimillion dollar in municipal bonds for building a ballpark in Washington D.C. Estimated price tag for building the ballpark; Imposition of various taxes to collect money for building the ballpark; Ratings assigned to the bonds.


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