SAN FRANCISCO — The San Diego County Water Authority, California’s third-largest urban water agency, this week plans to price $639 million of water revenue bonds, including its first Build America Bonds.

The deal is one of several outsized deals hitting the municipal market as issuers seek to take advantage of historic low interest rates and the subsidies of the BAB program, created by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

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