CHICAGO - The Omaha Public Power District plans to sell up to $20 million of revenue mini-bonds within the next 18 months, according to the treasurer of the district's board of directors.

A $10 million issue of capital appreciation revenue mini-bonds, sold last month, ushered the district into the small group of utilities that have handled their own debt sales. That deal's success gave rise to the new plans, said the treasurer, John K. Green, on Monday.

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