DALLAS – July 14, 2020 – Coats Rose attorney Tim Green represented the developer in the creation of a 178-acre public improvement district (“PID”) in Princeton, Texas and the subsequent issuance of $4,905,000 Special Assessment Revenue Bonds to fund the water, sewer, drainage and roads to serve the first two phases of such development.
“Metropolitan cities like Dallas Fort-Worth will continue to use PIDs to finance public infrastructure to serve development both inside their corporate limits and in their extra-territorial jurisdiction,” said Green.
Tim Green specializes in public finance throughout Texas, including particularly the creation of special purpose districts to finance public infrastructure. He has been involved in the development of thousands of acres of land for residential and commercial purposes, and the issuance of over $15 billion of tax-exempt bonds for the financing of public infrastructure.
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