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Shelly Sigo

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Lehman Settlement Averts Virginia Tobacco Bond Reserve Dip
October 30, 2014 The Virginia Tobacco Settlement Financing Corp. won't have to dip into reserves this year thanks to a settlement with bankrupt...

Georgia Supremes to Decide Falcons, Braves Stadium Bond Appeals
October 30, 2014 The Georgia Supreme Court set oral arguments in the Atlanta Falcons stadium appeal Nov. 3, and could hear arguments against...

Louisville, Ky. Issuers Plan $360M of Bonds in November
October 29, 2014 Louisville, Ky., issuers bring $360 million in bonds to the market during November as investors continue to search for quality...

Orange County, Fla. Basks In Kroll Upgrade to AAA
October 28, 2014 Orange County, Fla. says its recent GO bond upgrade to AAA from Kroll Bond Rating Agency will help the county negotiate better...

Moody's Lifts Charleston, S.C., GOs to Aaa
October 27, 2014 Just ahead of a planned refunding, Charleston, S.C, won a general obligation bond upgrade to Aaa from Moody's Investors Service.

Florida Wastewater Deal Pitched as Southeast's First Green Bond
October 24, 2014 Florida's East Central Regional Wastewater Facilities Operation in Palm Beach County expects to sell the Southeast region's...

Judge Rules in Florida Toll Agency Scandal
October 23, 2014 Charges were dropped against one person after former Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority board member Scott Batterson...

CDFA to Present Awards at Nov. 20 Summit
October 23, 2014 The Warren County Downtown Economic Development Authority in Kentucky will be among nine award winners at the CDFA's annual...

Southeast Voters Asked to OK GO Bonds
October 22, 2014 South Florida's Broward County School District wants voters to OK $800 million in GO bonds on Nov. 4, which leads a slate of...

Alabama House Speaker Indicted
October 21, 2014 Alabama House of Representatives speaker Mike Hubbard faces 23 felony ethics law violations after being indicted by a grand...


Americans are suffering the consequences of Congress, governors and legislators across the U.S. pushing the burden of today's costs onto the backs of tomorrow's taxpayers by repeatedly putting off infrastructure repairs and new construction.

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