As part of its effort to aid developmentally disabled preschool children, Finger Lakes United Cerebral Palsy Inc. last week sold a $2 million tax-exempt bond issue to build a new facility in Geneva.

Proceeds from the nonrated bonds, underwritten by Fleet/Norstar Securities, will be used to construct a headquarters building that will also house treatment space, classrooms, and counseling offices.

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