A meeting to determine whether the Erie County, N.Y., Fiscal Stability Authority or the county itself would sell $84 million of bond anticipation notes for capital projects ended yesterday without a final decision, but the authority was expected to be chosen to sell the debt.

"Roughly looking at it ,I'd say the authority is more cost effective," county budget director Greg Gach said. Under an agreement between the county and its control board, whoever could sell the Bans more cheaply would do so.

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