In Louisiana, a proposal to approve creation of a state constitutional amendment establishing a state infrastructure bank was rejected.
What does SIB stand for?
SIB stands for State Infrastructure Bank
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- Software Information Base
- South Indian Bank
- Special Intelligence Brief
- Special Intelligence Bureau (Melbourne, Australia)
- Special Investigations Bureau (law enforcement)
- Specialist Insurance Brokers (UK)
- Sports Injury Bulletin (UK)
- Staff Information/Briefing (sheet)
- Standard Iron Bar
- Stanley International Betting (sports betting; various locations)
- State Investment Board
- Statistical Institute of Belize (est. 2007)
- Stay in Business
- Sterling Information Broker (Sterling Commerce)
- Stock Information Broker
- Strategic Infrastructure Battalions (Iraq)
- Strong Island Boys (movie)
- Studentsamskipnaden I Bergen (Norwegian: Student Welfare Organization in Bergen; Bergen, Norway)
- Superintendencia de Bancos (Spanish: Superintendency of Banks; Guatemala)
- Surat Ijin Berlayar (Indonesian sailing certificate)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But on Thursday, the State Infrastructure Bank voted to delay its decision to approve the list for two weeks.
A federal highway law approved in 2005 allowed up to 10 percent of a state's federal highway allocation to be used for the creation of a state infrastructure bank that pools public and private money.
Institute federal and state infrastructure banks to support project financing.
It also includes information on emerging trends, private/public partnerships, the potential for a national infrastructure bank, the creation of a federal agency to oversee the transparent application of federal funding, and the role of state infrastructure banks.
gov construction, 49 CFR 80 $30 million for intelligent transportation systems State Infrastructure Bank Set by SIB Set by SIB www.
The council endorsed a plan to consider borrowing money from the state infrastructure bank to complete and improve those sections of Golden Valley Road and make up the difference.
The final chapter of the report includes funding alternatives that vary from aggressive retiring of debt; the use of "one-shots" such as by using revenues from the sale of the Coliseum; contributions by developers who build other projects; expansion of the State Revolving Loan Fund program; the use of State Infrastructure Banks to fund road and transportation systems; reform of the Wicks Law; "prize bonds" to which the public contributes and then gets a money prize; and the institution of user fees on large, non-profit corporations to equalize the benefits of services received.