After recent downgrades, Long Island, N.Y.’s two financially troubled counties each plan to go to market this week to issue a combined $280 million of debt.

Nassau County, located east of New York City, plans to sell $220 million of revenue anticipation notes in two series on Thursday to meet typical cash-flow needs, according to communications director Brian Nevin.

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