Refunding helps L.A. Airports Dept. prepare capital plan

Jacobius, Arleen
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/31/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30264, p57
Trade Publication
Reports that the Los Angeles Department of Airports will be coming to market with competitive refunding of airport revenue bonds. Lists of its financial advisers; Aim of the effort to refinance the taxable portion of Airports Department's debt; Information about the Aa3 rating; Views of analysts at Fitch Investors Service about the potential debt burden of the department.


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