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Sale Date Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Connecticut

Town of Vernon, Connecticut $6,350,000 General Obligation Bonds, Issue of 2016

Florida

$27,620,000* MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA Capital Asset Acquisition Special Obligation Bonds Series 2016A

Florida

$185,370,000* MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA Capital Asset Acquisition Special Obligation Refunding Bonds Series 2016B

Sale Date Wednesday, July 27, 2016

New York

$4,544,000 VILLAGE OF SPRING VALLEY, ROCKLAND COUNTY, NEW YORK VARIOUS PURPOSES (SERIAL) BONDS, 2016 NOTICE OF BOND SALE

New York

$1,305,000* VILLAGE OF SPRING VALLEY, ROCKLAND COUNTY, NEW YORK REFUNDING (SERIAL) BONDS, 2016 NOTICE OF BOND SALE

Sale Date Tuesday, August 2, 2016

New Jersey

TOWNSHIP OF BARNEGAT, IN THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, NEW JERSEY $9,907,000* GENERAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS, SERIES 2016A AND $1,856,000* WATER-SEWER UTILITY IMPROVEMENT BONDS, SERIES 2016B (Book-Entry-Only) (Callable)

New Jersey

TOWNSHIP OF BARNEGAT, IN THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, NEW JERSEY $830,000* GENERAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS, SERIES 2016C (FEDERALLY TAXABLE) AND $261,000* WATER-SEWER UTILITY IMPROVEMENT BONDS, SERIES 2016D (FEDERALLY TAXABLE) (Book-Entry-Only)(Non-Callable)

Sale Date Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Connecticut

THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS consisting of $250,000,000* General Obligation Bonds (2016 Series D) and $250,000,000* Taxable General Obligation Bonds (2016 Series A)

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