New York City could realize $100 million in savings from next week’s $800 million general obligation refunding bond sale, Comptroller John Liu said Thursday.

In his state of the city address at the City College of New York main campus in Harlem, Liu said the bureau of public finance, with deputy comptroller Carol Kostik running point, has already saved the city $566 million in multiple refinancings of the city’s debt the past two years.

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