CHICAGO - Standard & Poor's Corp. on Friday downgraded the St. Paul Port Authority's $320 million of outstanding 876 resolution revenue bonds to CCC, the agency's lowest non-investment rating before default.

The downgrade from BB reflects the "continued absence of a viable workout plan" and the anticipated default of the bonds in 2000, according to a report issued by the agency.

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