ATLANTA - Homestead, Fla., the city most heavily damaged last week by Hurricane Andrew, is planning to sell $10 million of short-term tax-exempt securities to fund operating expenses, its finance director said yesterday.

"This will let us handle any cash-flow problems that occur with payroll or other operating expenses," said Finance Director Horatio Montes de Occa.

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