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Tax Anticipation Note

A municipal bond, usually with a maturity of less than one year, issued on the assumption that the debt will be paid back on future tax revenue. Municipalities issue tax anticipation notes to provide cash for immediate or time sensitive needs. For example, a city may issue a bond to pay for school construction rather than wait for tax revenues to pay for it because either the school is desperately needed or construction can only occur in certain times of the year when the city is cash poor. At maturity, tax anticipation notes are paid with tax revenues in the months following the issue.

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He later made many references to men who returned to the home farm or village in New Brunswick, temporarily or permanently, whenever tannery work was slow.
Ten years ago, Dire Tannery was one of a group of five facilities in Ethiopia that secured a grant from UNIDO to set up primary effluent treatment on site.
A great deal of effort and imagination has gone into creating a cosy informal bistro-type ambience at the Old Tannery where people can enjoy top quality food, locally sourced where possible.
Noraiakheda, a settlement of some 30,000 people, has developed on a plume of tannery chemicals, including dyes and hexavalent chromium Cr(VI) used in the preservation of leather.
The Llanrwst Popeth Cymraeg centre will open in the autumn in the Old Tannery which has previously been home to a caf.
operates the largest vertically integrated wet blue-side leather tannery in the United States, with annual capacities of 125 million feet and 30 million feet, respectively.
The roadkill is taken by volunteers to North Hollywood taxidermist Martin Ramirez, who handles feathers himself but sends the hides of mammals to a Bay Area tannery.
Proposal: Erection of 21 apartments (use class C3) within four-storey replacement Tannery Building at former Tannery building, Curzon Place, next to Hilton Hotel, Bottle Bank, Gateshead.
Residents were advised to stay indoors and lock their windows yesterday after a potentially fatal chemical leak at a disused tannery in North Wales.
The highly elevated levels of lead, cyanide and formaldehyde in tannery effluent contaminate groundwater, and other waste products include hair, salt, lime sludge, sulfides and acids.
There are conflicting reports in the literature about the impact of disposal of tannery waste on land or water resources.
It will open in a former tannery, where around 1000 inmates of the concentration camp were made to work as slave labour.