Schaumburg, Ill., Plans Variable-Rate GO Deal for Land Acquisition

Wisniewski, Mary
March 2000
Bond Buyer;03/17/2000, Vol. 331 Issue 30851, p3
Trade Publication
Focuses on the plans of Schaumburg to sell general obligation variable-rate bonds for a land purchase. Infrastructure establishment plans on the land; Value of the interest rate swap agreement between Bank One for the land purchase; Reasons for using variable-rate financing; Views of analyst on the issue.


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