ALAMEDA, Calif. — Maui County, Hawaii, is trying some new things this week in the pricing of $74 million of general obligation bonds.

Instead of handing the deal off to a sole underwriter, the county is using two, with Piper Jaffray & Co. as senior manager and RBC Capital Markets as co-manager. Maui has also hired C.M. de Crinis & Co. as financial adviser, the first time it has used one since 1998, according to county Treasurer Suzanne Doodan.

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