Jefferson County, Ala., Expected to OK $400M for Schools

Sigo, Shelly
January 2005
Bond Buyer;1/28/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32059, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports that County commissioners in Jefferson County, Alaska are expected to approve the sale of $400 million of variable and auction-rate limited obligation warrants. According to Steve Sayler, the county's finance director, Commission approval would place Raymond James & Associates Inc., in a position to price the warrants as early as possible. Steve Sayler, the county's finance director. The deal is structured so that $200 million of auction-rate securities will be sold in sub-series of $50 million.


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