Teleconference: U.S. Water & Sewer Utilities April 15 at 2 p.m. EDT
The Rating Outlook is Stable. Press Release_ 4/13/04
The rating reflects the Imperial Irrigation District water system's essential role as the major recipient and holder of California's share of Colorado River water. Press Release/Business Wire 3/22/04
Fitch rates Utah's Mountain Regional Special Service Water District $33 million bonds 'BBB.' Business Wire 12/16/03
Moody's downgrades Atlanta's water and sewer bonds to Baa1 from A2. Outlook negative. Actions affect $1.72 billion in Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds. Atlanta Business Chronicle 12/3/03
November, 2003Moody's reviews the ratings of American Water Capital Corp., for possible downgrade. American Water Capital is a subsidiary of American Water Works, which is owned by Germany's RWE AG. Reuters 11/26/03
Fitch upgrades Mansfield, Texas $31.4 million water and wastewater revenue bonds to `AA-'. Business Wire 10/22/03
Dover, Delaware's $7.96 million water and sewer revenue refunding bonds rated 'A' by Fitch. Outlook stable. Business Wire
Stamford, Conn. water authority to issue bonds for first time. Rating is 'AAA' for the $12.8 million sewer bonds. The Advocate
Fitch rates Miami $275 million water and sewer bonds 'A+.' Outlook negative. Largest water utility in SE may face rate increases. Business Wire
Fitch rates Nassau County, Florida's approximately $18.5 million water and sewer system revenue bonds 'A-'. County took over in March from Florida Water Systems.
Ratings assigns 'AA' rating to the Metropolitan Water District of Southern
California's approximately $105.6 million water revenue bonds.
Negotiated sale next week. Business Wire
Northumbrian Water under pressure to improve its credit rating. Standard & Poors drops it two notches to triple B after takeover by a consortium of institutional investors. ITV.com
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