By Robert Robb, The Arizona RepublicRead the full article, here.
Recent upgrades to Arizona’s credit rating allowed the state to refinance some its debt, saving millions in the process.
The savings – on capital and school construction financing – will be realized over the next 13 years, with the new interest rates kicking in this month and millions of dollars a year in interest savings.
Audio of the meeting: https://soundcloud.com/user463931973/classrooms-first-initiative-council-meeting-8-27
Arizona is open for business” has become more than just a common refrain from Gov. Doug Ducey.