Jefferson County sewer bonds

Jefferson County Bankruptcy
5:32 pm
Sun March 17, 2013

Alabama Lawmaker Proposes Jefferson County Tax

State Rep. John Rogers of Birmingham is proposing to reinstate Jefferson County's .5% occupational tax.
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(Information in the following story is from: The Birmingham News, http://www.al.com/birminghamnews)


A state representative from Birmingham has proposed a plan that he says will allow Alabama's largest county to escape from bankruptcy.


Democratic Rep. John Rogers told The Birmingham News that he will introduce a bill in the Legislature to reinstate the Jefferson County 0.5 percent occupational tax and generate as much at $65 to $70 million. Rogers is co-chairman of the Jefferson County legislative delegation.

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Birmingham Municipal Sewer Bonds
6:39 pm
Sat March 16, 2013

SEC Wants Trial Date in Ala. Suit Against Bankers

forbes.com

Federal regulators are asking a federal judge in Birmingham to set a trial date and avoid further delays in a civil fraud lawsuit against two former bankers accused of making payoffs to win billions of dollars in deals involving municipal sewer bonds.

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