DALLAS -- Denver plans to sell a $122.7 million general obligation issue tomorrow that officials say will nearly exhaust its voter authorization and close out the city's era of mega-projects.

Wall Street analysis have affirmed the city's longstanding double-A rating on the issue, which will include $100 million of new money and $22.7 million of refunding bonds due from 1993 to 2007. The deal will be sold competitively.

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