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Manager: Paducah Power Not a Bankruptcy Candidate
November 21, 2014 Kentucky's Paducah Power System board will be asked to take bankruptcy off the table as an option to deal with its struggling...

S.C. Ruling for Poor School District Funding Positive: Moody's
November 20, 2014 A court ruling that South Carolina failed to provide a "minimally adequate" education to poor children is credit positive for...

Miami-Dade Will Price $750M of Airport Refunding Bonds
November 20, 2014 Miami-Dade County plans to price $750 million of revenue bonds to refund bonds issued for capital improvements at Miami...

Georgia University System's 65-Year P3 Closely Watched by Industry
November 19, 2014 The University System of Georgia's 65-year college housing privatization, which will defease $325 million in bonds, is being...

Jacksonville Utility to Negotiate City Pension Liability Contribution
November 19, 2014 JEA, north Florida's largest utility, rejected a plan by Jacksonville's mayor to contribute $400 million to the city's pension...

Community Capital Muni Pros Earn Awards
November 18, 2014 Two professionals at Florida -based Community Capital Management received honors for their work in the municipal bond industry.

Atlanta Symphony Pact Credit Positive: Moody's
November 17, 2014 The Atlanta Symphony's recent labor agreement is credit positive because it enables the Woodruff Arts Center to reduce...

FAA Asked to Settle Charlotte Airport Dispute
November 17, 2014 Charlotte, N.C., wants the FAA to settle a lengthy governance dispute between local and state officials over Charlotte Douglas...

New Florida Toll Agency Pursues Director, Finance Plan
November 14, 2014 The new Central Florida Expressway Authority plans to interview four candidates for the executive director's position, and...

Florida's Palm Beach School District Weighs MCDC Program
November 14, 2014 Florida's Palm Beach County School Board will consider a staff recommendation to file under the SEC's MCDC self-reporting...


The Allen Park, Mich., case marks the first time a city official has been charged on the theory that he "controlled" the persons who committed the primary securities law violations, even though he isn't alleged to have participated or even known of the conduct at issue.

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