San Diego School District Delays $850M Deal Amid Volatile Market

Saskal, Rich
March 2004
Bond Buyer;3/25/2004, Vol. 347 Issue 31849, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the authorization by the San Diego Unified School District of a multimillion-dollar refunding of general obligation bonds. Aim of the refunding to allow the district to take advantage of the low yields in the market; Remark from Scott Patterson, the district's chief financial officer, regarding the issue; Elimination of full-time administrative and support positions due to financial strain.


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