Featured Municipal Bond Issue, Week of April 16th, 2018: University of Dayton Ohio – $118 Million
The State of Ohio is issuing higher educational facility revenue bonds on behalf of the University of Dayton in the amount of $118 million the week of April 16th, 2018. The bonds are broken up into two series. Series A is $68.6 million in proceeds that will be used on various projects, including but not limited to a renovation and upgrade to the UD Arena, the construction of a new 96-bed apartment style facility, and construction of offices and teaching space in the Miriam Cybersecurity Lab. Series B is $49.1 million in proceeds to be used to refund bonds previously issued in 2009. Interest on bonds from both series are considered tax-exempt.
Security for the bonds includes an unconditional guaranty by the University of payment of debt service. Details on the purposes, tax-status, security, as well as other matters pertaining to these State of California bonds can be found in the preliminary official statement, available on MuniOS.
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by Jeffrey L Garceau