Moody's Investors Service has upgraded the general obligation bond rating for Johnson County, Kansas, to Aal from Aa, affecting $164.63 million of debt.

The rating agency said Johnson County is the fastest growing and most affluent part of the Kansas City metropolitan area. The suburban area has a strong employment base and the highest per capita income in the seven-state plains region, Moody's said in a recent release.

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