Nassau County, N.Y., plans to competitively sell $141.7 million of general obligation bonds Wednesday.

The Nassau County Interim Finance Authority, a board that monitors the county’s finances, has criticized the debt sale for continuing a recent practice of borrowing to pay successful property tax assessment challenges — also known as tax certiorari settlements.

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