Omaha will retain its triple-A ratings from Standard & Poor's and Moody's Investors Service as it heads to market next week with $23.8 million of general obligation bonds.

Moody's continues to maintain a negative outlook on the city. It assigned the negative outlook to Omaha and dozens of other triple-A cities earlier this year due to their exposure to the weakened credit profile of the federal government.

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