The San Diego City Council this week completed and published its fiscal 2007 comprehensive annual financial report, finishing years of work to bring its financial statements current and paving the way for its return to the public bond market early next year.

The city fell behind on its CAFRs after a pension liability disclosure scandal in 2004 and was subsequently shut out of the public bond market.

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