ATLANTA - Brevard County, Fla., seems headed for another showdown with the municipal market after voters on Tuesday waved in two new county commissioners who are expected to urge a referendum on a certificates of participation issue.

After the officials take office Nov. 16, four of five county commissioners will favor asking voters if the county should cease lease payments on the $23.9 million COPs deal it sold in 1989, Commissioner Karen Andreas said yesterday. Proceeds from the deal have funded the construction of a controversial government operations center in Viera.

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