Bond redemptions

September 05, 1992|By Bloomberg Business News

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Municipal bond issuers announced yesterday the early redemption of 10 issues totaling more than $30 million.

The issues being called are:

* Harlan, Iowa, Series 1984, electric revenue bonds maturing Oct. 1, 1993, through Oct. 1, 2004. All outstanding bonds called at 101 on Oct. 1, 1992.

* Ashland, Ky., Series 1982, pollution control revenue bonds (Ashland Oil Inc. Project) maturing Aug. 1, 2002, and Aug. 1, 2012. $30 million called at 103 on Oct. 5, 1992.

* Blue Earth, Minn., Series 1982, hospital revenue bonds (United Hospital District of Faribault County Project) maturing Oct. 1, 1993, and Oct. 1, 2007. All outstanding bonds called at par on Oct. 1, 1992.

* Rochester, Minn., Series 1983, general obligation bonds maturing Oct. 1, 1993, and Oct. 1, 1994. All outstanding bonds called at par on Oct. 1, 1992.

* Kalispell, Mont., Series 1985, general obligation bonds maturing April 1, 1993, through April 1, 2000. All outstanding bonds are called at par on Oct. 1, 1992.

* Brookfield, Wis., Series 1986, general obligation promissory notes maturing Oct. 1, 1993, through Oct. 1, 1996. All outstanding notes called at par on Oct. 1, 1992.

* LaCrosse, Wis., Series 1982, industrial development revenue bonds (First LaCrosse Properties Project) maturing Oct. 1, 2002. All outstanding bonds called at par on Oct. 1, 1992.

* Sheboygan, Wis., Series 1986, general obligation promissory notes maturing Oct. 1, 1994, and Oct. 1, 1995. All of the above maturities called at par on Oct. 1, 1992.

* Thiensville, Wis., Series 1985, general obligation promissory notes maturing Oct. 1, 1993, and Oct. 1, 1994. All outstanding notes called at par on Oct. 1, 1992.

* Western Wis., Vocational, Technical and Adult Education District, Series 1984, general obligation promissory notes maturing Oct. 1, 1993, through Oct. 1, 1994. All of the above outstanding notes called at par on Oct. 1, 1992.

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