Replacement of old school buses , Finance Basics

Identify one each (1) benefit, (2) disbenefit, and (3) monetary cost that would impact each of the following projects:

a.A new electrical distribution station in a developing part of the city, with feeds from the city power plant and from a regional electrical grid

b.Annexation of an adjoining semirural area into the city limits

c.Replacement of old school buses

d.Renovation of rest stops having only picnic tables to now including clean restrooms, protected open-air shelters for picnics, designated pet-walking areas, and ample parking

e.A new stadium/coliseum for sporting events

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