Business group might propose infrastructure bank to D.C. Council

04/23/2013 | American City Business Journals

The Council of the District of Columbia could consider a proposal from the Federal City Council to create an infrastructure bank for Washington, D.C., to address capital and social projects without increasing debt. The bank would combine public and private money to alter how the city handles development projects. The Federal City Council is a coalition of top business organizations.

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