SAN FRANCISCO - What do you do if the liquidity costs of your variable-rate debt shoot through the roof? For a strong credit like the East Bay Municipal Utility District in California, the answer was to dispense with liquidity providers entirely.

The district, in the East Bay suburbs of San Francisco, faced the expiration of a liquidity agreement created a year ago when it converted impaired auction-rate securities into variable-rate demand obligations.

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