DALLAS – Beset by a slumbering energy economy, Oklahoma City is counting on its top bond ratings to attract investors to $90 million of general obligation paper selling competitively March 28.

The sale comes the same day that Oklahoma County, of which Oklahoma City is the seat of government, offers $22.7 million of limited tax general obligation refunding bonds rated Aa1 by Moody's Investors Service.

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