Riding a Hot Economy, Even As It Cools a Bit

Sigo, Shelly
March 2007
Bond Buyer;3/28/2007, Vol. 359 Issue 32596, Special section p24
Trade Publication
The article provides information about the financial status of Florida. The state has benefited from sales tax collections and rising real tax collections, rebounding from the devastating effects of hurricane in 2004 and 2005. With such revenue, the state has entered into state-level public-private-partnership projects, causing several improvements in the region. Because economists predict a slowdown in revenue in 2006, the state has looked for bonds as alternative.


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