Results of competitive sales

Anderson, August; Cruz, Judy; Singh, Rita
May 1999
Bond Buyer;05/20/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30645, p24
Trade Publication
Presents results of competitive bond sales in the United States, compiled as of May 19, 1999. Includes water revenue warrants from the City of Decatur in Alabama; Limited obligation refunding improvement bonds from the City of Laguna Beach in California; General obligation bonds from Connecticut's Regional School District 14; School building revenue bonds from Kentucky's Dayton Independent School District Finance Corp.


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