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Bond Redemptions

To place your Redemption Notice or other Legal Notice in The Bond Buyer, please contact:

Kerry-Ann C. Parkes
National Sales Manager
1-212-803-8436
kerry-ann.parkes@sourcemedia.com

Redemption Date Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Mississippi

State of Mississippi General Obligation Bonds (Small Enterprise Development Finance Act Issue, 2008-II, Series E) Dated: January 1, 2008

Mississippi

State of Mississippi General Obligation Bonds (Small Development Finance Act Issue, 2003, Series B)

Texas

Brazoria County Municipal Utility District No. 1 Waterworks and Sewer System Combination Unlimited Tax and Revenue Bonds, Series 2007

Redemption Date Wednesday, October 1, 2014

California

NOTICE OF PARTIAL SINKING FUND REDEMPTION To the Holders of Sacramento Municipal Utility District Electric Revenue Bonds, Series H of 1979

Florida

Mid-Bay Bridge Authority Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 1993, Dated February 15, 1993

Florida

City of Palm Bay, Florida Taxable Special Obligation Bonds, Series 2004 (Pension Funding Project)

Florida

NOTICE OF PARTIAL REDEMPTION TO THE HOLDERS OF City of Tampa, Florida Water and Sewer Systems Revenue Zero Term Discount Bonds, Series 1982

Idaho

NOTICE OF PARTIAL SINKING FUND REDEMPTION To the Holders of City of Idaho Falls, Idaho Electric Revenue Bonds, Series 1979 Registered Bonds and Bearer Coupons

New York

CITY OF TAMPA, FLORIDA Water and Sewer Systems Revenue Zero Term Discount Bonds, Series 1982CUSIP No: 875290BQ0, 0.00%, Due: October 1, 2015 Redemption Price: 100.00%, Total Amount Called: $4,195,000

Redemption Date Friday, October 3, 2014

Connecticut

West Haven, Connecticut General Obligation Pension Bonds Dtd 9/24/2002

Redemption Date Wednesday, October 15, 2014

California

Sacramento Municipal Utilities District Electric Revenue Bonds, Series 1978G

Redemption Date Saturday, November 1, 2014

New York

Dormitory Authority of the State of New York Rivington House Health Care Facility Revenue Bonds, Series 2002


Issuance of municipal MSA tobacco bonds by states was the subject of a highly critical article published by ProPublica. The article attempts to make a case that states erred in deciding to issue tobacco bonds. The article was widely circulated across social media. As we frequently observe, the national media focus on the muni market is appreciated, but the facts got muddied in the pursuit of a good story.

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