New Hampshire plans to sell $100 million of general obligation capital improvement bonds Thursday through competitive bid.

According to Treasurer Catherine Provencher, the tax-exempt, fixed-rate Series 2011B bonds will benefit a variety of projects. They include the community college and university system, repairs to state-owned buildings, a rehabilitation of an old state building for new space for the Department of Employment security, and a new liquor store.

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