Comptroller Edward V. Regan of New York announced on Friday that the state, its major authorities, and New York City are planning to sell a total of $3.73 billion of bonds in the third quarter of this year.
About $933 million is slated for sale in July, $1.38 billion in August, and $1.41 billion in September, the comptroller said. During the same period in 1990, $5.79 billion was scheduled for sale, and $5.01 billion was actually sold.
This is the lineup of issues:
* New York State plans to sell $190 million of general obligation bonds in July.
* New York City is slated to sell $750 million of GOs in August and a large note sale sometime in the third quarter.
* In July, the state's dormitory authority steps to the plate with bond deals of $40 million, $55 million, and $89 million. In August, the authority plans another three bonds sales: a $27 million deal, one of $14.5 million, and one of $19 illion.
* The Housing Finance Agency plans bond sales of $30 million and $3 million in July and $68 million and $13 million in August.
* The Medical Care Facilities Finance Agency has slated bond sales of $21 million in July and $120 million, $4 million, $45 million, and $6 million in August. In September, the authority plans sales of $37 million, $140 million, $51 million, and $115 million.
* The Urban Development Corp. plans bond sales of $5 million in July and $4.5 million in August and two $5 million bond sales in September.
* The Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority plans a $265 million offering in August and a $350 million deal in September.
* The Housing Development Corp. has bond sales of $16.5 million, $215 million, and $55 million planned for September.
* The Environmental Facilities Corp. has bond deals of $50 million in August and $80 million in September.
* The State Mortgage Finance Agency has a $725 million deal in September.
* The New York City Water Authority plans a $150 million bond sale in July.
* The Energy Research and Development Authority plans a $150 million bond sale in July.
* The state's municipal bond bank has a $70 million deal slated for September.
Refunding bond issues are being considered by the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority. No public sales are currently contemplated during the third quarter by the Battery Park city Authority, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the Municipal Assistance Corporation for the City of New York, the state's thruway authority, the power authority, the New York State Local Government Assistance Corp., and the New York City Health and Hospitals Corp.