- Published: May 2012
- Region: United States
Wake County, North Carolina; General Obligation, Local GO Jan 01
- Published: January 2001
- Region: North Carolina
- Standard & Poors
The rating on Wake County, N.C.'s GO criminal justice facilities and school bonds reflects: A strong economy, home to Raleigh, and adjacent to the Research Triangle Park. A diverse and growing tax base, with a population increase of 14.3% from 1995-1999; High wealth levels; A very strong financial position; and A low debt burden despite a significant capital improvement plan. The county's economy has expanded and continues to grow as a result of its location and accessibility to nationally recognized research and manufacturing centers. Construction activity in the county continues at a brisk pace, particularly in the residential sector. Currently, several new sites within the county's portion of the Research Triangle Park are available for development. Seven companies to date...
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