DALLAS -- Fort Collins this week is expected to become the first city in Colorado to sell bonds backed only by state-shared highway user taxes -- revenues not directly controlled by the issuer.

On Thursday, the city plans to price $4.04 million of the revenue bonds in a negotiated offering to be underwritten by Dain Bosworth Inc. Proceeds will be used to construct offices and a maintenance center for the city's street department.

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