CHICAGO - Kansas City, Mo.'s finance team has a busy borrowing schedule set for the remainder of the year with upwards of $800 million of issuance planned in at least a dozen transactions that range from the refunding of insured floating-rate debt to new money for water and infrastructure projects.

Treasurer Randall Landes' office is working on the refunding of three insured floating-rate transactions that sold in 2005 and 2006 to finance a series of major downtown development projects. All three carry insurance from Ambac Assurance Corp.

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