We served as bond counsel to the Tri-Cities Airport Authority in connection with its $8.5 million public bond offering, the proceeds of which will be used to develop an aerospace park located on a 160-acre site at the airport. The ultimate build-out of the site could potentially accommodate more than 2,000 aerospace industry jobs.
$8.5 Million Public Bond Offering for the Tri-Cities Airport Authority
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