Our news partners at NBC 7/39 have taken a good look at San Diego’s recent re-entry into the bond market after the costly four-year suspension of the city’s credit rating that barred San Diego from the public borrowing market. The city’s new issuance of $157 million in debt backed by water revenues is San Diego’s first public bond offering since 2003.

Here’s the NBC story:


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