Fast Growing Buncombe County, N.C., to Sell $18M

DeSue, Tedra
December 2004
Bond Buyer;12/30/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32040, p34
Trade Publication
The article reports that Buncombe County, one of North Carolina's fastest growing counties, will competitively sell about $18 million of general obligation bonds on Wednesday, including about $12.5 of refunding bonds. The deal consists of $5.8 million of Series 2005A public improvement bonds and the roughly $12.5 million of Series 2005B refunding bonds. Officials plan to use the proceeds from the new money bonds to buy land and to build county offices. The county plans to return to the market with about $ 15 million of certificates of participation.


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