Philadelphia this week plans to try something it hasn't attempted since the notorious collapse of a 1990 city note sale: attract retail investors to Philadelphia paper.

City officials announced last week they will price a $100 million tax and revenue anticipation note sale on Thursday through a syndicate led by Mellon Bank.

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