Moody’s Investors Service last week downgraded Collier County’s capital improvement revenue bonds to A2 from A1.

The lower rating affects $218 million in outstanding debt and reflects narrower coverage levels resulting from a significant drop in the sales tax revenue that secures the bonds, analysts said.

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