Florida Wastewater Deal Pitched as Southeast's First Green Bond
Florida's East Central Regional Wastewater Facilities Operation in Palm Beach County expects to sell the Southeast region's first green bonds.
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The Virginia Tobacco Settlement Financing Corp. won't have to dip into reserves this year thanks to a settlement with bankrupt Lehman Brothers. more »
The Orange County Transportation Authority, Calif. issued a request for qualifications Oct. 27 seeking firms interested in working on the $900 million expansion of a stretch of Interstate 405. more »
The Harris County-Houston Sports Authority plans to refinance more than half of its outstanding debt after settling legal disputes with bond insurer National Public Finance Guarantee. The authority plans to issue $579 million. more »
Daniel Keating, a 35-year veteran of the municipal bond market and former Bear Stearns & Co. executive, joins insurer Build America Mutual as senior managing director for municipal bond markets starting Monday. more »
A $1.6 billion New York City Development Corporation nonrated financing for the 3 World Trade Center Tower project will thunder into the primary market this week, giving investors a rare opportunity to grab triple-exempt, high-yield bonds from a large specialty state, municipal sources said. more »
Inflows for all municipal bond funds declined by 90.8% as investors pulled money out of long term and high yield funds. more »
The Michigan Finance Authority sold $300 million of bonds for Detroit's convention center Wednesday, seeing yields on the tax-exempt debt ranging from 2.73% on 10-year maturities to 3.44% on 20-year maturities. more »
Connecticut will become the latest state to issue green bonds, state Treasurer Denise Nappier announced Wednesday. more »
Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP and Hawkins Delafield & Wood LLP maintained their positions atop bond counsel rankings as muni volume sank in the first nine months of the year, while former No. 3 Squire Patton Boggs, fell out of the top 10. more »
A refunding deal assembled by the County of Los Angeles Redevelopment Refunding Authority triggered some positive rating actions for debt issued by the former Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles. more »
Lumesis and Municipal Bond Information Service have entered into a strategic partnership to increase the transparency around pre-trade indicative price information, and post-trade operational practices. more »
Navigating through market turmoil, the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority was oversubscribed by 2.5 times and sold $157 million of bonds. more »
Louisiana will sell $675 million of bonds next month if a dispute over a year-end surplus clears up and ratings can be obtained. more »

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