Rockland County, N.Y., plans to competitively sell $33.8 million of tax-exempt general obligation bonds on Thursday.

The county also plans to sell $25 million of revenue anticipation notes in case aid payments from New York don't come in when expected. The move is a response to the state's practice of managing its cash-flow troubles this year by delaying reimbursements to counties.

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