Bond Redemptions

April 03, 1993|By Bloomberg Business News

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Municipal bond issuers announced yesterday the early redemption of eight issues totaling more than $155 million.

The issues being called are:

* Pulaski County, Ark., Series 1987 A, hospital revenue bonds (Arkansas Children's Hospital Project), maturing March 1, 1994, through March 1, 2000, March 1, 2007, and March 1, 2017. $18.395 million called at 104 on April 29, 1993.

* Pulaski County, Ark., Series 1987 B, hospital revenue bonds (Arkansas Children's Hospital Project), maturing March 1, 1994, through March 1, 2000, March 1, 2007, and March 1, 2015. $16.19 million called at 104 on April 29, 1993.

* Industry Urban-Development Agency, Calif., Series 1983, tax allocation bonds (Civic-Recreational-Industrial Redevelopment Project No. 1), maturing May 1, 1994, through May 1, 2007, and May 1, 2012. $89.665 million called at 102 on May 1, 1993.

* Industry Urban-Development Agency, Calif., Series 1983, tax allocation bonds (Transportation-Distribution-Industrial Redevelopment Project No. 2), maturing May 1, 1994, through May 1, 2012. All outstanding bonds called at 102 on May 1, 1993.

* Idaho Health Facilities Authority, Series 1983, revenue bonds (Bannock Regional Medical Center), maturing May 1, 1994, and May 1, 2014. $13.55 million called at 102 on May 1, 1993.

* Multnomah County School District No. 1, Ore., Series 1977, certificates of participation bonds, maturing March 1, 1994, through March 1, 2007. $13.14 million called at par on May 6, 1993.

* Campbell County, Tenn., Series 1987, general obligation refunding bonds, maturing May 1, 1994, through May 1, 1999. $3.965 million called at 100 1/2 on May 1, 1993.

* Radford, Va., Series 1983, general obligation bonds, maturing May 1, 1994, through May 1, 2003. $2.75 million called on May 1, 1993 at par plus a premium of one half of 1 percent between the redemption date and the maturity date not exceeding 2 1/2 percent.

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