Pittsburgh’s City Council has tabled a $91.7 million bond proposal aimed at saving about $3.6 million.

The package had consisted of nearly $46.9 million of general obligation Series 2011A bonds and $44.7 million of taxable Series B bonds. According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, it did so at the request of finance director Scott Kunka, who said the costs of refinancing bonds originally issued in 2002 were unexpectedly higher.

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