LOS ANGELES -- Maui County, Hawaii will go competitive when it sells $70.1 million in general obligation bonds on Oct. 30.

The county decided to use a competitive process because of the level of interest it was seeing from underwriters, said Maui County’s financial advisor, Curt de Crinis of Glendale, Calif.-based C.M. de Crinis & Co. Inc.

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