The Erie County,N.Y., comptroller's office expects to issue a request for proposals this week for underwriters for a $63.1 million bond anticipation note deal that has broken a deadlock between the county and its control board.

Under an in principle agreement worked out last month between the Erie County Fiscal Stability Authority and County Executive Chris Collins, both the county and control board will determine the cost of issuing the Bans on their own. If the control board, with its much higher credit rating, is able to generate more than $100,000 in savings, compared to the cost of issuance by the county, then it will issue the Bans. If the control board's savings would be less than $100,000, then the county will issue the notes.

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