New York to Sell $159 Million in GOs

Whalen, Robert
March 2006
Bond Buyer;3/13/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32337, p4
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The article reports that New York will sell $158.5 million of taxable and tax-exempt general obligation bonds to finance general capital needs. The bonds will be sold in two series using i-Deal's Parity electronic bidding system according to Comptroller Alan Hevesi. The tax-exempt bonds will finance environmental quality projects, clean water initiatives and transportation projects.


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