Bonds will fund Butler (PA) hospital expansion
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 30, 2008
Butler County, PA, commissioners have endorsed a bond issue of up to $175 million by the Butler County Hospital Authority to fund expansion of Butler Memorial Hospital. Attorney Thomas W. King III told commissioners that up to $150 million would go toward new equipment and a new tower containing more than 65 single-bed patient rooms. Another $25 million will be used to refinance existing debt.
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