RSJG Attorneys Secure 290 million in Tax-Exempt Bonds for Air Quality Control Equipment

J. Theodore Jackson and Christopher S. Simmons have consummated the issuance of $290 million of tax exempt bonds by the Chatom (Alabama) Industrial Development Board, serving as bond counsel and company counsel, respectively. The proceeds will be used to fund installation of air quality control equipment to limit sulfur dioxide and nitrous oxide emissions by an existing coal-fired power plant. The issues included $40 million of Pollution Control Bonds and two issues of $125 million each of Gulf Opportunity Bonds.