Guilford County is expected to competitively sell $164.6 million of general obligation bonds on Tuesday to finance construction projects.

The Series 2009A bonds have 20-year maturities and have been rated Aa1 by Moody’s Investors Service, AAA by Standard & Poor’s, and AA-plus by Fitch Ratings. All three ratings also apply to the county’s $547 million of outstanding debt. The agencies said the county’s debt outlook remains stable.

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