Agency deal buyers undaunted by tactic to fill Tennessee gap

McKenna, Jon
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/02/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30243, p30
Trade Publication
Reports on Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) deal buyers' response to the siphoning of $43 million of THDA funds to help balance Tennessee's fiscal 1998 budget. Smith Barney Inc.'s $88 million THDA homeownership program bond issue; Governor Don Sundquist's proposal to get $88 million from THDA funds and grants programs.


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