Bonds to be sold to help New York hospitals and nursing homes comply with the mandates of a commission that called for the closing, consolidation, or downsizing of 80 facilities won’t go to the market this year, the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York said last week.

“Bonds for this program will be sold far down the road,” DASNY spokesman Marc Violette said in an e-mail. Any issue will come “a year or more from now, after the money is spent and accounted for and it [will be] time to reimburse the state’s general fund with the proceeds of a future [personal income tax] bond sale.”

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