Bass, Berry & Sims attorney Jay Moneyhun was quoted in an article summarizing a recent meeting of the newly reconstituted Elizabethton Health, Educational and Housing Facilities Board during which the board discussed an $18 million bond financing to renovate Lynwood Apartments in Elizabethton, Tennessee. The renovated apartments will be available for low- and moderate-income occupants. Jay attended the meeting to discuss the project and the board’s responsibility related to the bond issue. The firm is serving as bond counsel in connection with the financing.

The full article, “Newly Reconstituted Elizabethton Board Approves $18 Million Bond Issue to Renovate Lynnwood Apartments,” was published by Johnson City Press on February 28 and is available online.