CHICAGO -- Columbus, Ohio, will provide its own liquidity support for $51.6 million of adjustable-rate sewerage system revenue refunding bonds scheduled to go to market tomorrow.

The deal marks the first time a local government will do without a letter of credit on a rated variable-rate issue and use its own investment portfolio to provide liquidity. By doing so, the city will save almost $3 million.

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