CHICAGO — Oakland County, Mich., Tuesday sold $58 million of triple-A rated wastewater bonds to finance the purchase of Pontiac’s sewer system in a deal that supporters said could serve as a model for other struggling Michigan municipalities.

The county used the proceeds for an up-front cash payment to Pontiac for its wastewater system.

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