The city of Oakland recently reduced a planned note sale by $5 million, after the state picked up part of the tab for costs of fighting the city's deadly October fire.

In anticipation of aid payments from the state, Oakland officials allocated part of a $40 million tax and revenue anticipation note issue to pay for fire-fighting costs. But because the state paid sooner than expected, Oakland was able to trim the issue.

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