BRADENTON, Fla. — Against the backdrop of an annual internal audit critical of some of Miami’s budget practices, two agencies have assigned ratings to the city’s upcoming sale of $120 million of revenue bonds with the proceeds financing a parking garage for a Major League Baseball stadium.

The audit by Miami’s internal auditor general, Victor Igwe, was released Nov. 17 and outlines the city’s compliance with 13 “financial integrity principles” that Miami officials adopted in 2000 following a fiscal emergency in the 1990’s that required state oversight for several years.

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