WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service has closed an audit of $52.5 million of bonds issued by the Ave Maria Stewardship Community District in southwest Florida with no change to the tax-exempt status of the debt, the district disclosed this week.

In a material event notice filed with the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board’s Electronic Municipal Market Access system Tuesday, the district included a copy of a letter from Robert Henn, the manager of field operations for the IRS’ tax-exempt bond office. In it, Henn says the service has finished its audit and has made a “no-change” determination, but reserves the right to revisit the bonds in another examination if the need arises.

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