CHICAGO - Cleveland will enter the market today with just under $60 million of fixed-rate bonds as part of the city's regular issuance of general obligation debt to finance capital projects.

The city's finance team considered issuing Build America Bonds instead of tax-exempt debt, but opted to stick to a traditional financing in part because the cost savings associated with BABs was uncertain, according to the city's financial adviser.

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