Bond Redemptions

April 14, 1993|By Bloomberg Business News

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Municipal bond issuers announced yesterday the early redemption of 18 issues totaling more than $240 million.

1! The issues being called are: * Chula Vista, Calif., Series 1982, deposit with lender revenue bonds, maturing Nov. 1, 2007. $9.6 million called at 103 on May 1, 1993.

* Oakland Redevelopment Agency, Calif., Series 1988, lease revenue refunding bonds (City Hall West), maturing Nov. 1, 1993, through Nov. 1, 2003, and Nov. 1, 2010. $3.805 million called at par on May 1, 1993.

* San Bernardino County Industrial Development Authority, Calif., Series 1987, industrial development revenue bonds (Castle Industries of California Inc. Project), maturing Dec. 1, 2007. All outstanding bonds called at par on April 15, 1993.

* Chicago, Series 1992 B-1, general obligation tender notes, maturing Oct. 31, 1993. $122.373 million called at par on May 5, 1993.

* Chicago, Series 1992 B-1, general obligation tender notes, maturing Oct. 31, 1993. $66.38 million called at par on June 3, 1993.

* Illinois Housing Development Authority, Series 1985, residential mortgage revenue bonds, maturing Aug. 1, 1999, and Feb. 1, 2000. All outstanding bonds called at par on May 1, 1993.

* North Dakota State Housing Finance Agency, Series 1993 B, single-family mortgage bonds, maturing July 1, 1994, through July 1, 2006, July 1, 2013, and July 1, 2025. Partial call of $18 million called at par on May 1, 1993.

Cincinnati and Hamilton County Port Authority, Ohio, Series 1985 A, industrial development revenue bonds (Convention Garage Inc. Project), maturing June 1, 2010. $3.25 million called at par on April 19, 1993.

* Springfield Housing Assistance Corp., Ohio, Series 1982, mortgage revenue bonds (Crossgates Section 8 Assisted Project), current-interest bonds maturing Nov. 1, 1993, May 1, 1994, and Nov. 1, 1994, compound-interest bonds maturing May 1 and Nov. 1, 1995, through May 1, 2005. All outstanding bonds called on May 1, 1993, current-interest bonds called at 104 1/2 , compound interest bonds called at 104.5 percent of accreted value.

* Muhlenberg School District, Pa., Series 1988, general obligation bonds, maturing May 15, 1994, through May 15, 2003, May 15, 2005, and May 15, 2009. $4.44 million called at par on May 15, 1993.

* South Carolina Economic Development Authority, Series 1987 Issue No. 2, industrial development revenue bonds (Defiance Metal Products Inc. Project), maturing June 1, 2002. All outstanding bonds called at par on April 16, 1993.

* Mount Pleasant Industrial Development Board, Tenn., Series 1989 A, industrial development revenue bonds (D&A Technology Inc. Project), maturing Oct. 1, 2009. All outstanding bonds called at par on May 3, 1993.

* Mount Pleasant Industrial Development Board, Tenn., Series 1989 B, industrial development revenue bonds (AP Technoglass Corp. Project), maturing Oct. 1, 2009. All outstanding bonds called at par on May 3, 1993.

* Mount Pleasant Industrial Development Board, Tenn., Series 1989 C, industrial development revenue bonds (AP Tenntech Corp. Project), maturing Oct. 1, 2009. All outstanding bonds called at par on May 3, 1993.

* Grapevine, Texas, Series 1982, general obligation bonds, maturing May 1, 1994, through May 1, 2002. $1.75 million called at par on May 1, 1993.

* Navasota, Texas, Series 1983, general obligation bonds, maturing May 1, 1994, through May 1, 2003. All outstanding

bonds called at par on May 1, 1993.

Port of Camas-Washougal Public Industrial Corp., Wash., Series 1982, pollution control revenue bonds (Crown Zellerbach Project), maturing Nov. 1, 2002. $10.3 million called at 103 on

May 1, 1993.

* Henry County Industrial Development Authority, Va., Series 1990, industrial development revenue bonds (PADtech Project), maturing May 1, 2010. $1.3 million called at 101 on May 1, 1993.

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