Another Take From Jefferson County

Sigo, Shelly
July 2008
Bond Buyer;7/28/2008, Vol. 365 Issue 32927, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the negotiation of a resolution to sewer debt crisis among several officials in Jefferson County, Alabama. These officials made their position clear not to resort this issue to bankruptcy. David Bronner, head of the state's pension fund, suggest that Jefferson County seek protection from creditors by placing the sewer system in bankruptcy.


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