CHICAGO -- Oakland County, Mich.’s delay on its $350 million bond sale originally planned for next week has nothing to do with Detroit, a top official said Wednesday.

“It has nothing to do with Detroit or the Michigan market -- zero, nada, bupkis,” Robert Daddow, the county’s deputy executive said. “It has everything to do with still assembling the documents and we probably set too aggressive a schedule to get it done by year end.”

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