Williams College will go to market on Tuesday with a $154 million negotiated sale of Series 2013P revenue bonds through the Massachusetts Development Finance Agency.

According to Williams’ vice president for finance and administration and treasurer, Frederick Puddester, the school, founded in 1793 in Williamstown, Mass., will refund about $96 million and earmark $58 million for capital needs, including further progress on the Stetson-Sawyer building project and rebuilding its athletic facilities.

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