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58 per year if a $50 million general obligation bond were issued, $29.
The lowering of the state's general obligation bond rating recognizes continuing budget weakness.
In February, Moody's lowered the state's general obligation bond rating from "Aaa" to "Aa1," citing institutional constraints and economic vulnerabilities.
The district could opt for a general obligation bond or a community facilities district, or perhaps some combination of the two, Pollock said.
Under the commission's plan, general obligation bond issues consistent with local charters could be approved by a majority vote.
In addition to the stable enrollment and positive financial performance and flexibility, the 'AAA' rating on the district's outstanding maintenance tax notes and general obligation bonds reflects DCCCD's growing tax base, extensive economy, and favorable direct general obligation debt ratios.
One parent who spoke at a board meeting in January said he had concerns about paying Mello-Roos assessments as well as the property taxes through the general obligation bond.
11 /PRNewswire/ -- Moody's Investors Service today lowered the rating assigned to New Hampshires general obligation bonds from Aa1 to Aa.
Bonds proceeds will be used to refund all or a portion of certain series of general obligation bonds previously issued by the County; refinance the cost of public works projects, including schools, previously financed with a portion of the County's outstanding Capital Outlay Extendible Municipal Commercial Paper Notes of 2005 Series A; and pay interest and remarketing costs on such portion of the 2005 Series A notes until retired.
2 million general obligation bonds and 'AA' rating on $183 million outstanding gross receipts tax (GRT) bonds.
9 million outstanding unlimited tax general obligation bonds at 'AAA';
The series 2006 bonds represent the final issuance from a Proposition 39 general obligation bond authorization approved by a wide margin of voters in November 2002.

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