Bond Redemptions

May 05, 1993|By Bloomberg Business News

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Municipal bond issuers announced yesterday the early redemption of 10 issues totaling more than $225 million.

1! The issues being called are: * University of Alabama, Series 1983, revenue bonds, maturing June 1, 1994, through June 1, 2003. $10.325 million called at 102 on June 1, 1993.

* Connecticut State Development Authority, Series 1981, industrial development bonds, (Lake Avenue Assoc. Inc. Project), maturing June 1, 2011. $3.855 million called at 102 on June 1, 1993.

* Volusia County School District, Fla., Series 1983, general obligation school district bonds, maturing June 1, 1994, through June 1, 2001. $36.395 million called at 102 on June 1, 1993.

* Hawaii State Department of Transportation, Series 1983, special facility revenue bonds, (Matson Terminals Inc. Project), maturing March 1, 2013. $16.75 million called at 103 on June 1, 1993.

* Petersburg, Ind., Series 1976, pollution control revenue bonds, (Indianapolis Power & Light Co. Project), maturing July 1, 2006. $19.65 million called at par on June 1, 1993.

* Petersburg, Ind., Series 1978, pollution control revenue bonds, (Indianapolis Power & Light Co. Project), maturing Sept. 1, 2008. $22.2 million called at 101 on June 1, 1993.

* Princeton, Ind., Series 1982 Z, guaranteed pollution control revenue bonds, (Wabash Valley Power Assoc. Inc. Project), maturing Dec. 1, 1993, through Dec. 1, 2012. $22.065 million called at 103 on June 1, 1993.

* Louisiana State, Series 1983 C, general obligation bonds, maturing June 1, 1994, through June 1, 2003. $68.24 million called at 102 on June 1, 1993.

* University of Cincinnati, Series 1983 C, general receipt bonds, maturing June 1, 2003. $3.045 million called at par on June 1, 1993.

* Fairfax County, Va., Series 1983 A, public improvement bonds, maturing May 1, 1994, through May 1, 2003. $22.5 million called at 102 1/2 on May 1, 1993.

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