BRADENTON, Fla. - In what is being called a "flexible" deal due to continuing volatile market conditions, Miami-Dade County officials today plan to sell only a portion of the $350 million of general obligation bonds they had hoped to bring to market.

Meanwhile, experience with bond market turmoil this year has prompted Miami-Dade elected officials to require detailed reports written in plain language on all bond deals. And at least one commissioner wants to determine if the county can legally pursue outside professionals who worked on swap and bond deals that went south this year.

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