San Diego may turn to COPs to fund convention center

Berkman, Leslie
November 1997
Bond Buyer;11/07/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30269, p4
Trade Publication
Details the plan of San Diego City Councils to adopt an alternative mechanism to fund the expansion of the city's convention center in California. Why the issuance of certificate of participation will be more expensive than lease revenue bonds; Why the City Council is eager to end the delay of signing California Supreme Court's decision on constitutionality of lease revenue financing.


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