Harrisburg Agency, Regulators in Water-Sewer Consent Decree
In what could be a credit-positive move, Capital Region Water of Harrisburg, Pa., has reached a partial consent decree with regulators over a clean-water remedy plan.
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The Massachusetts Clean Water Trust is planning its first green-bond sale for the week of Dec. 8, according to state Treasurer Steven Grossman.  more »
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is exploring alternatives to improve freight transportation across Manhattan waters and whatever plan is selected could impact future toll revenues in the region.  more »
The Town of Brookfield, Conn. has disclosed that water facilities financed with some of its tax-exempt bonds may have private business use.  more »
Pennsylvania is seeking qualified companies to join a public-private partnership to fund and operate transit bus natural gas-fueling facilities.  more »
The New York State Common Retirement Fund's overall second quarter return was down 0.52% to $178.3 billion, Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said.  more »
New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority should recraft its business model, a commission appointed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a long-awaited report.  more »
On Tuesday morning several Federal Bureau of Investigation agents raided the headquarters of the Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority.  more »
The recent closure of two Atlantic City casinos is a credit negative for the seaside city and New Jersey's Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA), Moody's Investors Service said on Nov. 24.  more »
Connecticut's $557 million GO sale will save the state $35.4 million through refinancing and also attracted green investors, said state Treasurer Denise Nappier.  more »
Connecticut Treasurer Denise Nappier's office has issued a request for proposals for private investment consulting services.  more »
Puerto Rico's governor said today that unless oil tax increases pass in the next few days, he would order San Juan's public transit closed on Dec. 1.  more »
Wall Street deserves plaudits for reaching out to former military personnel, said Academy Securities president Phil McConkey, a former Navy veteran and NFL star.  more »
Ronnie Lowenstein has been reappointed director of the New York City Independent Budget Office, the agency announced.  more »

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