Nearly Three-Quarters of Cities in Mayors' Poll Say Recession Has Delayed Capital Projects

WASHINGTON - Nearly three-quarters of the cities polled in a recent survey by the U.S. Conference of Mayors say the recession has forced them to postpone capital improvements, a local government expense that is often financed by tax-exempt bonds.

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