Therefore, a person providing advice to a municipal
entity or person regarding municipal
financial products or the issuance of municipal
securities should err on the side of caution, because such analysis depends on all the facts and circumstances.
These companies and their coin-operated think tanks generally make three paradoxical arguments against municipal
The City Council balked in July at creating a ``paper municipal
utility,'' deferring the issue to the committee, which had just been formed.
Here's another grim tale: A guy in my car pool owned some municipal
bonds yielding 14.
In addition, preferred shares of each of Putnam Investment Grade Municipal
Trust and Putnam Municipal
Bond Fund were exchanged for preferred shares of Putnam Municipal
Opportunities Trust based on the aggregate liquidation preference of each fund's merging series as of 4:00 p.
We're one of fewer than 10 investment banks that have a significant presence in the municipal
derivatives market and the only firm that is not a major money-center bank," notes Rice from his office on the 52nd floor in the World Trade Center.
Another issue to be considered by Merkin is the fact that legislation that funds the pay raise for Municipal
Court judges ends Dec.
courts, especially in smaller jurisdictions, have long been ``people's courts'' presided over by judges who must be responsive to their local communities to remain in office.
Today, Bell is feeling the squeeze, like many who depend on municipal
finance to stay in business.
Other judges were also at a loss to explain the increase in lawsuits filed in Municipal
Court, which handles cases only when plaintiffs are seeking less than $25,000 in damages.
to lead-manage the largest municipal
bond deal in Los Angeles history: a $503 million refinancing of the L.
The organization is made up of the 189 judges of the county's 24 municipal
court districts, a membership that accounts for nearly 40 percent of the municipal
court judicial officers statewide.