Bond Redemptions

April 13, 1993|By Bloomberg Business News

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Municipal bond issuers announced yesterday the early redemption of 10 issues totaling more than $111.29 million.

1! The issues being called are: * South Broward, Fla., Hospital District, Series 1983 A, hospital refunding revenue bonds, maturing May 1, 1994, May 1, 1995, and May 1, 2002 and Series 1983 B, hospital improvement revenue bonds, maturing May 1, 1994, and May 1, 2013. $37.775 million called at 103 on May 1, 1993.

Bolingbrook, Ill., Series 1983, hospital revenue refunding and improvement bonds (Hinsdale Sanitarium and Hospital), maturing May 1, 1994, May 1, 1995, and May 1, 2011. $39.035 million called at 102 on May 1, 1993.

Shawnee County, Kan., Series 1986, industrial revenue bonds (Rolling Hills Project), maturing May 1, 1994, through May 1, 1996, and May 1, 2006. $2.915 million called at 103 on May 1, 1993.

* Bay de Noc, Michigan Community College, Series 1986, building and refunding bonds, maturing May 1, 1995, and May 1, 1997, through Nov. 1, 2011. $2.97 called at 102 on May 1, 1993.

* Michigan Strategic Fund, Series 1985, limited obligation revenue bonds (Ledyard Assoc. LP), maturing Oct. 1, 2015. $6.9 million called at 102 on April 28, 1993.

Mount Clemens, Mich., Hospital Finance Authority, Series 1985 D, revenue bonds (St. Joseph Hospital), maturing May 1, 2015. $6 million called at 101 on May 1, 1993.

* Detroit Lakes, Minn., Series 1989, health care facilities revenue bonds, maturing May 1, 2019. $10.5 million called at par on May 1, 1993.

* New Hampshire Higher Educational and Health Facilities Authority, Series 1977 A (Exeter Hospital), revenue bonds, maturing Oct. 1, 1993, through Oct. 1, 1995, and Oct. 1, 2009.

$5.195 million called at 100.5 on May 3, 1993.

* Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Ohio, Port Authority, Series 1985 A, industrial development revenue bonds (Sixth St. Garage), maturing June 1, 2010. All outstanding bonds called at par on April 19, 1993.

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