BRADENTON, Fla. — Atlanta today expects to price $433.4 million of fixed-rate water and sewer revenue refunding bonds in one of the larger deals of its kind in this holiday-shortened week.

Proceeds of the time-sensitive sale led by Goldman, Sachs & Co. will be used to take out Series 2001B and C variable-rate demand obligations now being held as bank bonds and subject to an accelerated payment schedule starting Nov. 1. The 2001B and C debt became bank bonds earlier this year when the liquidity facility was not extended.

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