The Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority plans to issue about $100 million of special tax bonds in November to finance various capital projects for Philadelphia -- a deal that will probably be the agency's last issue.

The authority is scheduled to hold a board meeting on Sept. 27 to discuss the selection of attorneys and underwriters for the negotiated offering. The issue is slated for sale around the second week of November, said Ron Henry, the authority's former executive director, who is overseeing the issue.

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