Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Moody's assigns overall high rating on Floyd debt -- but with 'challenges.' U.S. 278 corridor hot in Rockmart. Speaking of hot: Mid-90s by Friday. Senate District 52 candidates in forum tonight.

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Moody's assigns 'As2' rating to Floyd debt package:
-Moody's Investors Service
has placed an 'Aa2' rating on a $70.1 million debt package for "Floyd County Hospital Authority" that includes two revenue anticipation certificates sought to "finance the renovation and expansion of FMC facilities." The rating is among the highest offered by Moody's (AAA, Aa1 are higher) but comes with some 'challenges,' including notation of the recently failed SPLOST vote.

-U.S. 278 strip in Rockmart starting to pop; boosted by $3.64 million Floyd project.
-Century Bank of Georgia gets high marks in national banking report.

-Senate District 52 candidates go at it again tonight in Cartersville: Collins, Doss, Hufstetler due at forum.
-Dan Hanks, Floyd GOP chair, seriously injured in crash.
Weather: Mid-90s by Friday in Northwest Georgia
-Tuesday: High of 90, low of 61.
-Wednesday: High of 91, low of 63.
-Thursday: High of 92, low of 64.

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-Please join our guests today including Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp on the July 31 primary and Jessica Brady of AAA South on dropping gas prices and Independence Day travel.
Rome Braves off until Thursday; big roster changes under way. SAL All-Star game tonight.

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