WASHINGTON — Montgomery County, Md., officials are to meet today with analysts from the three major rating agencies to discuss recent budget cuts they made in an effort to secure the county’s ratings.

The meeting comes as the county expects in June or July to issue $325 million of general obligation bonds, its annual debt issuance, according to Jennifer Barrett, Montgomery’s debt manager.

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