Oklahoma Makes Second Pass at Garvees Under $1.9B Plan

Williamson, Richard
October 2002
Bond Buyer;10/9/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31488, p40
Trade Publication
Reports on the reattempt of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission to issue $100 million of grant anticipation revenue vehicles (Garvees) for roads after the first attempt was opposed by a Supreme Court ruling. Reasons for delay in the authorization for $ 100 million of Garvees; Opposition faced by Garvees of Oklahoma in U.S. District Court; Cause of termination of some plans for eight years of construction.


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