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Notice of Competitive and Negotiated Sales

The Competitive Sales are listed by and remain online through the sale date.

The Negotiated Sales are listed by publication date and will appear on the website for 30 days.

For Notices of Sale print and online advertising rates and information, please contact:

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

Sale Date Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Connecticut

Town of Monroe, Connecticut $2,610,000 General Obligation Bonds, Issue of 2016, dated Date of Delivery (Book-Entry-Only)

New Jersey

$18,085,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, SERIES 2016 OF THE CITY OF MARGATE COUNTY OF ATLANTIC, NEW JERSEY Consisting of: $11,985,000 GENERAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS, SERIES 2016 $4,900,000 UTILITY BONDS, SERIES 2016 AND $1,200,000 SCHOOL BONDS, SERIES 2016 (New Jersey School Bond Reserve Act, 1980 N.J. Laws c. 72, As Amended) (BOOK-ENTRY ONLY) (CALLABLE)

New York

THE OCEANSIDE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN THE COUNTY OF NASSAU, NEW YORK NOTICE OF $10,500,000* BOND SALE

Sale Date Wednesday, June 29, 2016

California

$21,055,000* CERES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (STANISLAUS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA) 2016 GENERAL OBLIGATION CROSSOVER REFUNDING BONDS

New Jersey

THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE BOROUGH OF ISLAND HEIGHTS IN THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, NEW JERSEY NOTICE OF $2,992,000 SCHOOL BOND SALE (BOOK-ENTRY-ONLY) (CALLABLE) (BANK QUALIFIED)

Sale Date Thursday, June 30, 2016

Connecticut

$22,000,000 CITY OF NORWALK, CONNECTICUT GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, ISSUE OF 2016 (BOOK-ENTRY-ONLY)

New York

SACHEM CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT, IN THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, NEW YORK NOTICE OF $73,215,000* BOND SALE

Sale Date Tuesday, June 28, 2016

New York [New]

OCEANSIDE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT (THE “DISTRICT”) NASSAU COUNTY, NEW YORK $26,000,000 TAX ANTICIPATION NOTES FOR 2016 – 2017 TAXES

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