LOS ANGELES -- Encinitas, Calif., plans to make its debut as a long-term borrower this week.

The city, incorporated five years ago by popular vote, wants to build a civic center. This Wednesday it is scheduled to offer a $7.4 million certificate of participation issue through a joint powers authority created by the city.

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