The San Diego Solid Waste Management Authority will conduct its inaugural long-term borrowing in mid-1995, a board member for the newly formed joint powers authorty said last week.

After completing a strategic plan to identify assets and liabilities, the authority will "go out for bonding on capital projects" said Henry Aborbanal, deputy mayor of Del Mar, Calif., who is a member of the authority's budget and audit committee. Del Mar is one of seven cities that joined with San Diego County to create the regional authority, which held its first meeting June 1.

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