DALLAS - The Lower Colorado River Authority, one of the largest public utilities in Texas, will test the waters of the bond market later this week with two refunding revenue bond issues worth nearly $369 million.

The deals include $202 million issued in the name of the LCRA and $167 million issued in the name of the nonprofit transmission company created by the authority to operate in a deregulated environment. Both issues take out commercial paper.

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