DALLAS - Utah's Intermountain Power Agency this week will issue up to $330 million of subordinate-lien revenue bonds and use much of the proceeds to refund 24-year-old variable-rate debt that has lost its liquidity provider.

The current refunding will take out $241 million of variable-rate bonds issued in 1985, said Allyn Orme, capital programs manager for the IPA.

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