Minneapolis school district hits market with $36.4 million COPs issue

Shields, Yvette
January 1998
Bond Buyer;01/13/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30309, p36
Trade Publication
Focuses on the Minneapolis School District No. 1's offering of certificates of participation (COP) issuances to fund schools and additions and address maintenance needs in the district. Total worth of bonds to be offered by the district; Total worth of outstanding COP handled by the district; Features of the rating given by Moody's Investors Service to the district.


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