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Glendale officials have scheduled a special meeting for Friday to discuss options for protecting local redevelopment money from falling into the hands of Sacramento under Gov. Jerry Brown's proposed budget. The special 9 a.m. meeting at City Hall...
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The city's role in the alleged over-billing of Advanced Development & Investment Inc. for at least one Glendale affordable housing project, Vassar City Lights, was a major topic of discussion during the public comment period of the City Council meeting...
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Money & CompanyCalifornia said it was talking with Wall Street banks about a potentially huge short-term loan to help replenish the state’s cash coffers once a budget agreement is reached in Sacramento. The loan, which could be highly profitable for the banks,......
Money & CompanyIf California can wrap up its long-delayed budget in the next few days, the state hopes to borrow about $10 billion from investors in early November via so-called revenue anticipation notes. The notes, which would mature by June 30, could......
Money & CompanyHow do we “fix California?” Better education, stronger intellectual-property laws and streamlined development processes. Those were some of the solutions batted about this morning at the Milken Institute State of the State Conference, where financier-...
Money & CompanyCalifornia is counting on investors to buy almost $14 billion in new debt over the next two weeks as the state returns to the bond market after the drawn-out battle to reach a budget agreement. The budget deal of Oct.......
Money & CompanyYet another way the California Legislature has stuck it to taxpayers: The long delay on a budget agreement this year also delayed the state’s plans to raise cash in the municipal bond market. Now, Treasurer Bill Lockyer is trying to......
Money & CompanyThe turmoil in the municipal bond market over the last week may have scared some investors away from California’s offering of $10 billion in short-term notes. The state said it took in a total of $5.89 billion in orders for......
Money & CompanyCalifornia slashed its planned sale of longer-term tax-free municipal bonds, citing the vicious sell-off in the muni market nationwide in recent days. The state said late Wednesday that it would offer $1 billion in longer-term tax-free bonds for sale...
Money & CompanyThe battered municipal bond market recovered a bit more on Friday, and California was a beneficiary. Treasurer Bill Lockyer said the state was able to sell all $3.275 billion of taxable bonds it offered to investors, even after boosting the......
Money & CompanyCalifornia on Monday increased the size of a tax-free municipal bond sale amid strong demand, as investors were lured by the recent jump in yields in the muni market. Even after lifting the size of the sale to $1.25 billion......
L.A. NOWState Treasurer Bill Lockyer released data Friday that confirmed what many local government watchers have known anecdotally for weeks: local officials went on a municipal-bond selling spree in the first two months of this year, desperate to gather as...
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