Cook County, in its recent sale of $690 million of new-money and refunding bonds, captured a total interest cost of 4.35% on the issue, board President Todd Stroger’s office said Monday.

The county scaled back the size of the issue by more than $300 million by opting not to refund some of its taxable debt because interest rates were not favorable on the day of the sale, the office said.

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