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Commissioners Approve Up To $62 Million In Bond Debt – Reassessment – Refinancing – Energy Conservation

The Beaver County Board of Commissioners has authorized the issuance of up to $62 million in bonds to fund property reassessment work, energy conservation projects, and to refinance existing county debts.

Commissioners unanimously approved the three separate bond measures during a specially set public meeting held today.

The first bond, not to exceed $40 million, is being done through the Pennsylvania Finance Authority for the refinancing of existing debt.

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