Nevada Back in the Game With $700 Million of Gos Scheduled

Williams, Rochelle
May 2003
Bond Buyer;5/13/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31634, p4
Trade Publication
Nevada's quiet winter respite from the municipal bond market ends in the week of May 13, 2003 as state and local officials prepare to sell almost 700 million dollars of general obligation (GO) bonds over the next month. “The refunding is for savings to free up some jet fuel tax money, so airport officials can issue new money for purchasing equipment to enhance airport security,” R. Ross Johnson, assistant director of finance at the airport, said management looked for a way to pay for security screening improvements without increasing airline charges. Meanwhile, the Nevada Board of Finance plans to review almost 500 million dollars of various GOs the state wants to sell on June 11 and 12, 2003 according to Robin Reedy, Nevada's deputy treasurer.


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