Bell, Bricker’s public finance team assist with Warren County’s new bond fund

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The Ohio Communities Accelerator Fund, established by Bricker client the Warren County Port Authority, has already contributed to financing more than $23 million in local projects. Spotlighted by the Dayton Daily News, the fund was created to help “lower interest rates by combining resources,” which will ultimately benefit infrastructure and public service improvements throughout the county.

This is one of eight public bond funds in Ohio, which according to attorney and public finance group chair Caleb Bell, “enable debtors to keep more of their debt off their balance sheets, freeing up their power for other projects.” Additionally, Bell added that funds like the Ohio Communities Accelerator Fund is a pool from which “everybody benefits.”

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