Bond redemptions

November 20, 1992|By Bloomberg Business News

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Municipal bond issuers announced yesterday the early redemption of 10 issues totaling more than $51.4 million.

0 The issues being called are: * St. Cloud, Minn., Series 1978, general obligation bonds maturing Jan. 1, 1994, through Jan. 1, 2000. All outstanding bonds called at par on Jan. 1, 1993.

Missouri School Boards Association, Series 1990 B, lease participation certificates bonds (Valley Park School District Project) maturing March 1, 2010. All outstanding bonds called at par on Dec. 15, 1992.

* Washoe County, Nev., Series 1978, highway improvement revenue bonds maturing Nov. 1, 1993, through Nov. 1, 2001. $4.095 million called at 100 1/2 on Dec. 10, 1992.

* Deschutes and Jefferson Counties, Ore., Series 1978, general obligation bonds (Redmond School District No. 2J) maturing Dec. 1, 1993, through Dec. 1, 1998. $1.65 million called at par on Dec. 1, 1992.

* Duncannon Boro Municipal Authority, Pa., Series 1964, sewer revenue bonds maturing June 15, 2004. All outstanding bonds called at par on Dec. 15, 1992.

* Greenville Industrial Development Corp., Texas, Series 1982, industrial development revenue bonds (Beatrice Foods Co. Project) maturing Oct. 1, 2012. All outstanding bonds called at 103 on Dec. 10, 1992.

* Norfolk Industrial Development Authority, Va., Series 1982, industrial development revenue bonds (Kempsville Road Associates Project) maturing Dec. 1, 2012. All outstanding bonds called at par on Dec. 1, 1992.

* Lynnwood, Wash., Series 1982, water and sewer revenue bonds maturing Dec. 1, 1995, through Dec. 1, 2002. $2.4 million called at par on Dec. 1, 1992.

* Port Vancouver, Wash., Series 1981, general obligation bonds maturing Dec. 1, 1993, through Dec. 1, 2002. $1.02 million called at par on Dec. 1, 1992.

* Seattle, Wash., Series 1982, general obligation bonds maturing Dec. 1, 1993, through Dec. 1, 2007. $42.205 million called at 103 on Dec. 1, 1992.

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