District of Columbia officials are contemplating the possibility of refunding $150 million to $300 million of outstanding debt in an effort to pare interest rate costs.

Ellen M. O'Connor, the city's deputy mayor for finance, said the district might be able to achieve as much as $48 million in present value savings from a refunding. "We're doing the Irish jig about that" she said.

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