New York State Comptroller H. Carl McCall said Friday that the state, its major authorities, and New York City will sell about $3.47 billion of municipal securities in the third quarter of 1994.
The amount includes $750 million of notes.
Broken down by month, about $1.19 billion is slated for July, $680 million for August, and $1.61 billion for September, McCall said.
The borrowings will include:
* New York City: a note sale of $750 million in July or August and a bond sale of $700 million in September.
* New York City Water Finance Authority: a bond or commercial paper sale of $200 million in September
* New York State Dormitory Authority: bond sales of $75 million and $12 million in July; $10 million, $15 million, $6 million, and $16 million in August; and $32 million in September.
* New York State Housing Finance Agency: bond sales of $95 million in July; $19 million, $60 million, and $14 million in August; and $18 million and $17 million in September.
* New York State Medical Care Facilities Finance Agency: bond sales of $43 million, $104 million, $45 million, and $62 million in July; $57 million and $83 million in August; and $150 million in September.
* New York State Thruway Authority: bond sales of $400 million in August and $250 million in September.
* Environmental Facilities Corp.: a bond sale of $2.5 million in July.
* New York State Mortagage Agency: a bond sale of $239 million in September.
McCall said several of the entities are also considering refundings contingent upon statutory approvals and market conditions.