Hawaii sold $866.9 million of general obligation bonds in mid-November, achieving an all-in interest cost of 2.6%, officials said.

The $470 million of new-money proceeds will be used for various improvement projects, including public buildings and facilities, elementary and secondary schools, community college and university facilities, libraries and parks.

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