DALLAS -- After shuffling its finance team, city officials expect to sell up to $500 million of fixed-rate revenue bonds for the Denver International Airport next month.

The sale, planned for the week of Oct. 9, is expected to come as the General Accounting Office releases its study of the $2.6 billion project. The findings are likely to either silence critics of the new airport or support their claims that it is not financially viable.

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