Cuyahoga County Council considers $40M bond issue to reimburse Cavs for arena repairs

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cuyahoga County Council is considering whether to issue $40 million in bonds to reimburse the Cleveland Cavaliers for repairs the county is required to cover under the team’s lease.

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Cuyahoga County officials are proposing roughly $40 million in bonds to cover repairs at two facilities, including the Cleveland Indians’ Progressive Field.

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Cuyahoga County to sell Cavaliers arena bonds this week. Following the sale of arena bonds, the county will have $309 million of sales tax revenue bonds outstanding. Officials report a potential issuance of $20 million of new sales tax bonds over the next few years, according to S&P.

You are here: Home > Legislation > Ordinances Ordinances The Cuyahoga County Council passes three separate types of legislation; click through below to find the text of Ordinances passed by the Cuyahoga County Council, in chronological order of introduction, and separated by year. County Ordinances are codified in the Cuyahoga County Code.

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cuyahoga County Council plans to sell $65 million in bonds to pay for improvements and repairs to Progressive Field and Quicken Loans Arena.

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cuyahoga County Council is considering whether to issue $40 million in bonds to reimburse the Cleveland Cavaliers for repairs the county is required to cover under the team’s.

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CLEVELAND – Today, Cuyahoga County, City of Cleveland, Cavs/Quicken Loans Arena organization and Destination Cleveland announced a joint effort for the proposed $140 million Quicken Loans Arena Transformation. The project will upgrade and significantly extend the life of Quicken Loans Arena, as well address important structural and operational deficiencies in the facility.