Standard & Poor’s on Monday revised the outlook to stable from negative on Osceola County, Fla.’s A-plus rating on 2006 and 2010 limited-tax general obligation bonds.

The stable outlook reflects Standard & Poor’s assessment of the stabilization of the county’s property tax base, which allowed it to maintain adequate maximum annual debt service coverage on the bonds, according to S&P analyst Linda Yip.

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