WASHINGTON - The Virginia Resources Authority next week will come to market with debt to help finance restoration of the Chesapeake Bay, while the Virginia College Building Authority will sell bonds to pay for various projects.

The VRA plans to bring $174 million of clean-water state revolving fund subordinate revenue bonds to market in a negotiated sale beginning Tuesday that will finance 13 projects with 11 borrowers, mostly for a program to clean up the Chesapeake Bay.

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