A massive federal investment in infrastructure is high on President Trump’s to-do list for 2017. Around the country, municipalities and government agencies are considering how to get in on what could be as much as $1 trillion in spending.
Grace Dunlap of BMO acted as bond counsel for the refinancing of Chapters Health System’s hospice facilities, in a transaction that consolidated the non-profit organization's municipal bond debt of $19,365,900 using tax-exempt bonds issued by the City of Temple Terrace. The transaction closed on March 23.
Many colleges and universities have properties in desirable locations that can be redeveloped to benefit both the academic institution and the surrounding community. A project in the works at Broward College is one of the latest examples of this trend.
Earlier this month, BMO litigation attorney Alan Zimmet settled two cases in Pinellas County, Florida that illustrate how the firm's work on behalf of municipalities often involves reaching a resolution that works for all involved.