Bond Redemptions

January 30, 1993|By Bloomberg Business News

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Municipal bond issuers announced yesterday the early redemption of seven issues totaling more than $21.425 million.

, The issues being called are:

* Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, Series 1970, special obligation bonds maturing March 1, 1994, through March 1, 2000. All outstanding bonds called on March 1, 1993, at par plus a premium of 1/2 of 1 percent for every six-month period between the redemption date and the maturity date.

California Health Facilities Authority, Series 1983, program revenue bonds (Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program) maturing March 1, 1994, through March 1, 1996, March 1, 2003, and March 1, 2013. All outstanding bonds called at 102 on March 1, 1993.

* Dade County, Fla., Series 1983, general obligation bonds maturing March 1, 1996, through March 1, 2003. $21.425 million called at 103 on March 1, 1993.

* Oneida County School District No. 351, Idaho, Series 1979, school bonds maturing Sept. 1, 1993, through Sept. 1, 1999. All outstanding bonds called at 101 on March 1, 1993.

* Olmsted County, Minn., Series 1975, first mortgage health care facility revenue bonds maturing Sept. 1, 1993, through Sept. 1, ,, 2001. All outstanding bonds called at par on March 1, 1993.

* Parsippany Troy Hills Township, N.J., Series 1983, sewer and general improvement bonds maturing March 1, 1995, through March 1, 2008. All of the above outstanding bonds called at 103 on March 1, 1993.

* Rosalind-Amesbury Housing Assistance Corp., Ohio, Series 1982, mortgage revenue bonds (Amesbury-Rosalind Estates, Section 8 Assisted Project) current interest bonds maturing Sept. 1, 1993, March 1 and Sept. 1, 1994, through Sept. 1, 1996, compound interest bonds maturing March 1 and Sept. 1, 1997, (( through Sept. 1, 2005. All outstanding bonds called March 1, 1993, current interest bonds called at 103, compound interest bonds called at 103 percent of accreted value.

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