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  1. Rich SaskalWhile opponents of a $3.9 billion bond plan to merge two Orange County; toll roads scored a decisive victory earlier this month; it remains to be; seen if their alternative plan will save one of the roads from defaulting; on its debt.; Opponents; led by Orange County supervisor Bill Campbell; said the plan to; merge the San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor Agency with the; Foothill; Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency was too risky and; expensive.; The eight-year-old San Joaquin Hills highway; beset with weaker than; projected traffic; is on a trend that will lead to default. The agency lost its last investment-grade rating this week when Moody's Investors Service dropped it to Ba2 from Baa3.; Campbell; who sits on the boards of the toll roads by virtue of his seat; on the county Board of Supervisors; says his plan provides an alternative; framework that can keep the San Joaquin tollway's non-recourse revenue; bonds from defaulting without a massive new bond refinancing.; But supporters of the original bond plan; which called for a new agency to; [...]

    California Toll Tug of War

    Bond Buyer , 31894 / 2004

  2. González-Haba, Maria Josefa

    Cartas a una beata

    Madrid: Studium, 1960

    Erschienen als: Tolle et lege 64; 64