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Indiana Health Facilities Finance Authority, Adjustable Rate Hospital Revenue Bonds, (Riverview Hospital Project), Series 2004, $20.60MM
Industrial Development Authority of the City of St. Louis, MO, Variable Rate Demand Cultural Facilities Revenue Bonds (Saint Louis Art Museum Project) Series 2009B, $25MM
Iowa Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Health Facilities Revenue Bonds, (Iowa Health System Project), Series 2009A,B,C,D,E $244.270MM
Iowa Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Private College Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Central College Project), Series 2008,
Jackson Energy Authority, TN, Electric System Revenue Bonds, Series 2008, $13MM
Jacksonville (City of) FL, Capital Projects Revenue Bonds, Series 2008A & Series 2008B
Jacksonville (City of) FL, Transportation Revenue Bonds, Series 2008B, $121.700MM
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Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Hospital Revenue Bonds, (Baptist Healthcare System Obligated Group Project), Series 2009 B-1, B-2, B-3, B-4 $284.435MM
King County, WA, Junior Lien Variable Rate Demand Sewer Revenue Bonds, Series 2001A and 2001B, $100MM
Knox Cnty Health, Educational & Housing Facility Board, TN, Adjustable Rate Hospital Facilities Revenue Bonds (Catholic Healt
Lawrenceburg (City of) IN, Pollution Control Revenue Refunding (Indiana Michigan Power Company Project), Series H, $52MM
Lawrenceburg (City of) IN, Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds (Indiana Michigan Power Company Project), Series I, $25M
Lehigh County General Purpose Authority, PA, College Revenue Bonds (Muhlenberg College Project) Series 2008, $56.505MM
Lehigh County General Purpose Authority, PA, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Lehigh Valley Health Network, PA Project), Series 2008C,
Lessburg (City of) FL, Hospital Revenue Refuning Bonds (Leesburg Regional Medical Center Project), Series 2008A
Loma Linda (City of) CA, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Loma Linda University Medical Center Projec), Series 2007B2, $40MM
Loma Linda (City of) CA, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Loma Linda University Medical Center Project), Series 2007B1, $40MM
Loma Linda (City of) CA, Variable Rate Hospital Revenue Bonds (Loma Linda University Medical Center Project), Series 2008B, $25MM
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, CA, Proposition C Sales Tax Revenue Refunding Bonds Second Senior Bonds 2009-C1, C-2, C-3 and C-4
Los Angeles Unified School District, CA, Variable Rate Refunding Certificates of Participation (Administration Building Project) Series 2008A & Series 2008B, $120.950MM
Louisiana Public Facilities Authority, LA, Variable Rate Hospital Revenue Bonds (Franciscan Missionaires of Our Lady Health System Project), Series 2005B & Series 2005C, $100MM
Louisiana Public Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Hospital Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Franciscan of Our Lady Health System,
Louisiana Public Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Refunding Bonds (CHRISTUS Health Project), Series 2009B-1, 2009B-2, & 2009B-3 $75MM
Lower Merion School District (Montgomery CO.), PA, General Obligation Bonds, Capital Project Series 2009A & Series 2009B, $102.325MM
Maine Health & Higher Educational Facilities Authority, ME, Revenue Bonds (Maine Medical Center Project), Series 2008B
Maine Health and Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds, (Maine Medical Center Project), Series 2008A
Maine Health and Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Bowdoin College Project), Seri
Maryalnd Economic Development Corporation, Adjustable Mode Revenue Refunding Bonds (Constellation Energy Group, Inc. Project), Series 2006A & Series 2006B
Maryland Health & Higher Educational Facilities Authority, MD, Revenue Bonds (Johns Hopkins Health System, MD Project), Serie
Maryland Health & Higher Educational Facilities Authority, MD, Revenue Bonds (Upper Chesapeake Hospital Project), Series 2008
Maryland Health & Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Refunding Revenue Bonds (Adventist Healthcare Inc. Project), Series 2005B, $64,560,000
Maryland Health & Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (Adventist HealthCare, Inc. Project), Series 2003-B, $39.560MM
Maryland Health & Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (Adventist HealthCare, Inc. Project), Series 2004-A & 2004-B, $89.095MM
Maryland Health & Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (Adventist Healthcare, Inc. Project), Series 2005A, $78,000,000
Maryland Health & Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (Mercy Health Services, MD), Series 2007B through Se
Maryland Health and Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (Frederick Memorial Hospital Project) Series 2008,
Maryland Health and Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (Loyola College, MD Project), Series 2008 $46.370M
Maryland Health and Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (Suburban Hospital Project), Series 2008,
Maryland Health and Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds, (Anne Arundel Health System Issue), Series 2009B, $60MM
Maryland Health and Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds, (Howard County General Hospital Project), Series
Maryland Health and Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds, (University of Maryland Medical System Project),
Maryland Industrial Development Financing Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (National Aquarium in Baltimore Facility Project), Series 2002-A, $14MM
Massachusetts Department of Transportation - Metropolitan Highway System Revenue Bonds (Subordinated) Commonwealth Contract Assistance Secured, Variable Rate Demand Obligations, 2010 Ser. A-3 and 2010 Ser. A-6, $185.690MM
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, MA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Worcester Polytechnic Institute Project), S
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Resource Recovery Revenue Bonds, 1999, (Waste Management, Inc. Project), $10MM
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Revenue Bonds, (Milton Academy Project) Series 2009B, $17.3MM
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering Project
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Babson College Project), Series 2008A, $36.475
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Babson College Project), Series 2008B (Taxable
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Boston University Project), Series 2008-U-1, U
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Boston University Project), Series N (Taxable)
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Clark University Project) Series 2008, $51.42M
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Wentworth Institute of Technology, M
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency,MA, Floating Rate Revenue Refunding Bonds (College of the Holy Cross, MA - 2008 Issue), Series A, $35.820MM
Massachusetts Development Finance Authority, MA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Shady Hill School, MA Project), Series 2
Massachusetts Health & Educational Fac. Auth., Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, B, (The Home for Little Wanderers Issue), $7.5MM
Massachusetts Health & Educational Fac. Auth., Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, K, (Bentley College Issue), $45MM
Massachusetts Health & Educational Facilities Authority Revenue Bonds, Lowell General Hospital Issue, Series D $4MM
Massachusetts Health & Educational Facilities Authority, MA, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, Southcoast Health System Obligated
Massachusetts Health & Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (Baystate Medical Center Project), Series G, $71.740MM
Massachusetts Health and Education Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Children's Hospital Corporation (The) Project) Series N-1 and N-2, $125MM
Massachusetts Health and Education Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Children's Hospital Corporation (The) Project) Series N-3 and N-4, $216.570MM
Massachusetts Health and Educational Facilities Authority, MA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Stonehill College Project)
Massachusetts Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Baystate Medical Center Project) Series J-1 and Series J-2 (2009), $90MM
Massachusetts Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Project
Massachusetts Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Project
Massachusetts Port Authority, Multi-Modal Revenue Bonds, Series 2008-A (Non-AMT) and Multi-Modal Revenue Refunding Bonds Seri
Massachusetts Port Authority, Multi-Modal Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2010-D, $120MM
Mercer (County of) KY, Solid Waste Disposal Facility Revenue Bonds, (Kentucky Utilities Company Project), Series 2000A, $12.9MM
Metropolitan Higher Education Authority, Inc., TX, Variable Rate Demand Higher Education Revenue Bonds (University of Dallas
Metropolitan Transportation Authority, NY, Transportation Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2002 G-1 and 2002 G-2, $400MM
Metropolitan Transportation Authority, NY, Transportation Revenue Variable Rate Bonds, Series 2005D-1, $150MM
Metropolitan Transportation Authority, NY, Transportation Revenue Variable Rate Bonds, Series 2005D-2, $100MM
Metropolitan Transportation Authority, NY, Transportation Revenue Variable Rate Bonds, Series 2011B, $99.560MM
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Airport System Revenue Variable Rate Bonds, Series 2009D1 & D2 $136.825MM
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Airport System Revenue Variable Rate Refunding Bonds, Series 2010C, $170MM
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, DC, Airport System Revenue, Variable Rate Bonds, Series 2003 D-1 (AMT) & Series 2003 D-2, $150MM
Miami-Dade (County of) FL, Special Obligation Bonds, (Juvenile Courthouse Project), Series 2003B, $45.850MM
Miami-Dade County Industrial Development Authority, FL, Variable Rate Demand Bonds (American Public Media Group Project, MN, Project) Series 2008, $22.3MM
Michigan State Hospital Development Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Holland Community Hospital Project), Series 2004-B, $22MM
Michigan State Hospital Finance Authority, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Henry Ford Health System Project), Series 2007, $165.735MM
Michigan State Hospital Finance Authority, MI, Revenue Refunding Bonds (McLaren Health Care Corporation Project) Series 2008B
Minnesota Higher Education Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Augsburg College, MN Project), Series 2006, $5MM
Minnesota Higher Education Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (St. Olaf College Project), Series Five-M1 and Five-M2, $25.625MM
Minnesota Higher Education Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (The College of Saint Catherine), Series Five-N2, $24.625MM
Minnesota Higher Education Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (University of St. Thomas Project), Series Five-L, $25.845MM
Minnesota Higher Education Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Gustavus Adolphus College Project), Series Five-X, $16.550MM
Minnesota Higher Education Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (University of St. Thomas Project), Series 6-H, $12.3MM
Minnesota Higher Education Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (University of St. Thomas Project), Series Five-Z, $20MM
Missouri Highways & Transportation Commission, Multi-Modal Third Lien State Road Bonds, Series 2005-B, $72MM
Missouri State Health & Educational Facilities Authority, MO, Variable Rate Demand Health Facilities Revenue Bonds (St. Luke'
Missouri State Health & Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (St. Louis Priory School Project) Series 2009 $10MM
Missouri State Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Saint
Missouri State Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Health Facilities Revenue Bonds, (Cox Health Systems Project), Series 2008B& 2008C
Modesto (City of) CA, Water Refunding Revenue Certificates of Participation 2008 Series A, $ 47.625MM
Monroe County Development Authority, Pollution Control Revenue Bonds, (Oglethorpe Power Corporation Scherer Project) Series 2009A and Series 2009B, $104.57MM
Monroe County Development Authority, Pollution Control Revenue Bonds, (Oglethorpe Power Corporation Scherer Project) Series 2010A, $43.445MM
Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia, Project One Subordinated Bonds, Series 2008B, $148.065MM
Nebraska Educational Finance Authority, Adjustable Rate Revenue and Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Creighton University Project),
New Hampshire Health & Education Facilities Authority, Healthcare Revenue Bonds (Exeter Hospital Obligated Group Issue - Exeter Hospital, NH Project), Series 2003, $20MM
New Hampshire Health & Education Facilities Authority, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Catholic Medical Center Project), Series 2002-B, $28MM
New Hampshire Health & Education Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (Saint Anselm College Project), Series 2008, $62.215MM
New Hampshire Health and Education Facilities Authority, Healthcare Revenue Bonds (Exeter Hospital, Inc. Project), Series 2001B, $18.800MM
New Hanover (County of) NC, Variable Rate Hospital Revenue Bonds, (New Hanover Regional Medical Center Project), Series 2008A and Series 2008B, $40MM
New Jersey Building Authority, State Building Revenue Bond, Subseries 2003A-1 through Subseries 2003A-4, $180.875MM
New Jersey Economic Development Authority, Economic Development Bonds (Duke Farms Foundation Project), Series 2009A, $30MM
New Jersey Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Seton Hall University Project), Series 2008, $55MM
New Jersey Health Care Facilities Fin. Auth., Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, 2000B, C(Taxable), (St. Peter's University Hospital Obligated Group Issue), $35MM
New Jersey Health Care Facilities Financing Authority, Revenue Bonds (AHS Hospital Corp. Project), Series 2008B & Series 2008
New Jersey Health Care Facilities Financing Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Children's Specialized Hospital Project), Series 2005-B
New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Authority, Transportation System Bonds, 2009 Series C, $150MM
New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Authority, Transportation System Bonds, Series 2009D
New Mexico Finance Authority, Adjustable Rate State Transportation Refunding Revenue Bonds (Subordinate Lien) Series 2008C and Series 2008D (Taxable), $135.2MM
New York (City of) General Obligation Bonds, Fiscal 2008 Series J, Subseries J-10, $100MM
New York (City of) NY, General Obligation Bonds, Fiscal 2003 Subseries C-2 through Subseries C-5, General Obligation Bonds, $400MM
New York (City of) NY, General Obligation Bonds, Fiscal 2004 Subseries A-2 through A-6, $350MM
New York (City of) NY, General Obligation Bonds, Fiscal 2006 Subseries F3 & F4, $ 150MM
New York (City of) NY, General Obligation Bonds, Fiscal 2009 Adjustable Rate Subseries B-3
New York (City of) NY, General Obligation Variable Rate Demand Bonds, Fiscal 2006 Subseries I-3 through I-8, $425MM
New York (City of), General Obligation Bonds, Fiscal 2008 Series L, Subseries L-4, $100MM
New York (City of), NY, General Obligation Multi-Modal Bonds Fiscal 2008, Subseries J-3, J-6, J-7, J-8, $461.225MM
New York City Health & Hospitals Corporation, NY, Health System Bonds, Series 2008B & Series 2008C, $100.94MM
New York City Health & Hospitals Corporation, NY, Health System Bonds, Series 2008D & Series 2008E, $88.06MM
New York City Industrial Development Agency, NY, Special Revenue Bonds, Adjustable Rate Fiscal 2004 Series B (New York City - New York Stock Exchange Project) , $30MM
New York City Industrial Development Agy, NY, Variable Rate Civic Facility Revenue Bonds, (American Society for Technion Project), Series 2003, $13.165MM
New York City Transitional Finance Authority, NY, Future Tax Secured Tax-Exempt Subordinate Bonds, Fiscal 2010 Series F, Subseries F-5 (Adjustable Rate Bonds)
New York City Trust for Cultiural Resources, NY, Revenue Bonds, (Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation Project), Series 2003, $20MM
New York City Trust for Cultural Resources, NY, Refunding Revenue Bonds (Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. Project
New York City Trust for Cultural Resources, Revenue Bonds (Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. Project), Series 2008
New York State Dormitory Authority, Insured Revenue Bonds, 1999A, B, $117.635MM
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, Facilities Revenue Bonds, (Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. Project), Sub Series 2004C-1, Sub Series 2004C-2, and Sub Series 2004C-3, $99MM
New York State Research and Development Authority, Facilities Revenue Bonds (Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. Project), Subseries 2005A-1 through Subseries 2005A-3, $126.300MM
Newport Beach (City of) CA, Refunding Revenue Bonds, (Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian), Series 2008D, Series 2008E, and S
North Broward Hospital District, FL, Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2007, $131.155MM
North Broward Hospital District, Refunding Bonds, Series 2005-A, $71.465MM
North Carolina Medical Care Commision, Health Care Facilities Revenue Bonds (University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina Project), Series 2008B-1 and 2008B-2, $123.85MM
North Carolina Medical Care Commision, Health Care Facilities Revenue Bonds (WakeMed), Series 2009B, $75MM
North Carolina Medical Care Commission, Health Care Facilities Revenue Bonds (Cape Fear Health System Project) Series 2008A-1
North Carolina Medical Care Commission, Health Care Facilities Revenue Bonds (University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina Project), Series 2008A-1 and 2008A-2, $112.69MM
North Carolina Medical Care Commission, Revenue Bonds (Wakemed Project), Series 2009C, $81.78MM
North Carolina Medical Care Commission, Variable Rate Demand Health Care Facilities Revenue Bonds, (Union Regional Medical Center Project), Series 2002B, $15M
North Texas Tollway Authority, System First Tier Variable Rate Revenue Refunding Bonds Series 2009D $178.4MM
Oakland County Economic Development Corporation, MI, Limited Obligation Adjustable Rate Revenue & Refunding Bonds (Cranbook E
Oakland University Board of Trustees, MI, General Variable Rate Demand Refunding Bonds, Series 2008, $55MM
Ohio Air Quality Development Authority Pollution Control, Revenue Refunding Bonds (FirstEnergy Generation Corp.) Ser. 2009B $50MM
Ohio Air Quality Development Authority, Multi-Modal Interchangeable Rate Air Quality Development Revenue Refunding Bonds (Timken Company (The) Project), Series 2001, $9.500MM
Ohio Air Quality Development Authority, Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Timken Company (The) Project), Series 2003, $17MM
Ohio Air Quality Development Authority, Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Dayton Power and Light Company Project), Series 2008A & 2008B, $100MM
Ohio Air Quality Development Authority, State of Ohio Air Quality Revenue Bonds (Ohio Valley Electric Corporation Project), Series 2009C & Series 2009D, $50MM
Ohio Air Quality Development Authority, State of Ohio Air Quality Revenue Bonds, (Ohio Valley Electric Corporation Project), Series 2009A & 2009B, $50MM
Ohio HIgher Education Facilities Commission,Variable Rate Higher Educational Facility Revenue Bonds, (John Carroll University Project), Series 2001 A & B, $31.400MM
Ohio Higher Educational Facility Commission, OH, Hospital Revenue Bonds (University Hospitals Health System, Inc. Project), S
Ohio Higher Educational Facility Commission, Revenue Bonds, (Case Western Reserve University Project), Series 2008A and Serie
Ohio Water Development Authority Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds (FirstEnergy Nuclear Generation Corp.) Series 2010C $46.5MM
Ohio Water Development Authority, Multi-Modal Interchangeable Rate Water Development Revenue Refunding Bonds (Timken Company (The) Project), Series 2001, $12.200MM
Ohio Water Development Authority, Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds, (FirstEnergy Generation Corp. Project), Series 2006-A (Non-AMT), $90.140MM
Onondaga County Industrial Development Agency, NY, Civic Facility Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Syracuse University Project),
Orange County Health Facilities Authority, FL, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Orlando Regional Healthcare System) Series 2008D, E, F
Orange County Water District, CA, Adjustable Rate Revenue Certificates of Participation, Series 2003A, $129.815MM
Oregon (State of), Economic Development Refunding Revenue Bonds, 187, (Georgia-Pacific Corporation 1998 Project), $17.3MM
Oregon Health & Science University, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2009B1 & B2 $80MM
Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority, FL, Variable Rate Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2008B, $499.105MM
Oxford (City of) Alabama, General Obligation Warrants, Series 2003, $5.180M
Pennsylvania Economic Development Finance Authority, Wastewater Treatment Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Sunoco, Inc. (R&M) Project), Series 2009A and 2009B, $103MM
Pennsylvania Economic Development Financing Authority, Exempt Facilities Revenue Bonds (PSEG Power LLC Project), Series 2007
Pennsylvania Higher Educational Fac Authority, Revenue Bonds, 2000F-1,2,3, (Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania), $20.6MM
Pennsylvania Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (Thomas Jefferson University Project), Series 2008A and S
Pennsylvania Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (University of Pennsylvania Health System
Pennsylvania State Turnpike Commission, Multi-Modal Revenue Bonds, Series 2008C, $50MM
Pennsylvania State Turnpike Commission, PA, Multi-Modal Revenue Bonds, Series 2008B-1 through Series 2008B-6, $400MM
Philadelphia (City of PA), General Obligation Multi-Modal Refunding Bonds, Series 2009B $100MM
Philadelphia (City of) PA, Airport Revenue Bonds, Series 2005-B & Series 2005-C Airport Revenue Refunding Bonds, $230.5MM
Philadelphia (City of) PA, Gas Works Revenue Refunding Bonds, Eighth Series B, C, D, & E (1998 General Ordinance)
Philadelphia (City of) PA, Gas Works Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, Fifth Series A-2 (1998 General Ordinance), $30MM
Philadelphia (City of) PA, Var. Rt. Water and Wastewater Revenue Bonds, 1997B, $100MM
Philadelphia (City of) PA, Water and Wastewater Revenue Refunding Bonds, Variable Rate Series 2005B
Philadelphia Authority for Industrial Development, PA, Multi-Modal Lease Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2007B
Philadelphia Authority for Industrial Development, PA, Variable Rate Demand/Fixed Rate Revenue Bonds (Franklin Institute (The) Project), Series 2006, $14.0 MM
Pinellas County Health Facilities Authority, FL, Health System Revenue Bonds (BayCare Health System Project), Series 2009A-1, 2009A-2 & 2009A-3, $200MM
Pittsburg Public Financing Authority, Water Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2008, $36.425MM
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority, PA, (Variable Rate Demand) First Lien Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2008B-1 & Series 2008B-2, $145.495MM
Power Cnty Industrial Dev Corp, Tax-Exempt Adj Mode Exempt Facilities Rev Bonds (FMC Corporation Proj), Series 2001, $20mm
Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority, Variable Rate Airport Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2008C, $75MM
Rancho California Water District Financing Authority, Adjustable Rate Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2008B, $44.625MM
Reno (City of) NV, Hospital Revenue Refunding Bonds (Renown Regional Medical Center Project) Series 2009A & Series 2009B $63.6MM
Reno (City of), NV, Hospital Revenue Refunding Bonds (Renown Regional Medical Center Project) Series 2008A & Series 2008B
Rensselaer County Industrial Development Agency, NY, Civic Facility Revenue Bonds (Sage College, The Project), Series 2002-A, $9MM
Rhode Island Health & Educational Building Corporation, RI, Higher Education Facility Revenue Refunding Bonds (Providence College, RI Project), Series 2008, $18.3MM
Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corporation, Higher Education Facility Revenue Refunding Bonds (Rhode Island Sch
Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corporation, Hospital Financing Revenue Refunding Bonds, (South County Hospital, RI Project), Series 2003-B & Series 2003-C (Taxable), $14.230MM
Rhode Island Health and Educational Facilities Building Corporation, Higher Education Facility Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Brya
Riverside County Asset Leasing Corporation, CA, Variable Rate Demand Leasehold Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Southwest Justice Center Refunding Project), Series 2008A
Rockport (City of) IN, Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds (AEP Generating Company Project) Series 1995 A & B $45MM
Russell County Industrial Development Authority, VA, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Mountain State Health Alliance, TN Project), Ser
Sacramento County Sanitation Dist. Fin. Auth., Subordinate Lien Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, 2000C, (Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District), $100MM
Sacramento County Sanitation Districts Financing Authority Subordinate Lien Variable Rate Refunding Revenue Bonds (Sacramento
Sacramento Suburban Water District, CA, Adjustable Rate Refunding Certificates of Participation, Series 2008A-2, $37.625
Sacramento Suburban Water District, CA, Adjustable Rate Refunding Certificates of Participation, Series 2009A, $42MM
Salem (County of) NJ, Pollution Ctrl Fin Auth, Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds, 1997A,B, (Atlantic City Electric Company Project)
San Antonio (City of) TX, Hotel Occupancy Tax Subordinate Lien Variable Rate Demand Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2008, $13
San Bernardino (County of) CA, Certificates of Participation (2008 Refunding Program) Series A and Taxable Series B, $91.835M
San Francisco (City and County of) Finance Corporation, Lease Revenue Refunding Bonds (Moscone Center Expansion Project), Ser
San Francisco Airport Commission, CA, San Francisco International Airport Second Series Variable Rate Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2010 A-1, 2010 A-2 and 2010 A-3, $215.97MM
San Francisco Airport Commission, CA, Second Series Variable Rate Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 36A and Series 36B
San Francisco Airport Commission, CA, Second Series Variable Rate Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 36C and Series 36D
San Francisco Airport Commission, CA, Second Series Variable Rate Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 37C
San Jose Financing Authority, CA, Lease Revenue Bonds, (Civic Center Garage Refunding Project), Series 2008B, $36.580MM
San Jose Financing Authority, CA, Taxable Lease Revenue Bonds (Ice Centre Refunding Project), Series 2008E
San Jose Financing Authority, CA, Taxable Lease Revenue Bonds (Land Acquistions Refunding Project), Series 2008F, $67.135MM
Santa Clara County Financing Authority, Variable Rate Demand Refunding Lease Revenue Bonds, (Multiple Facilities Projects) 2008 Series M, $143.105MM
Santa Clara County Financing Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (El Camino Hospital Project), Series 2009A, $50MM
Santa Rosa (City of) CA, Variable Rate Demand Wastewater Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2004-A, $57.88mm
Santa Rosa (City of) California, Pension Obligation Refunding Bonds (Federally Taxable), Series 2003-A (Variable Rate Demand), $20.5MM
Sarasota County Public Hospital District, Variable Rate Hospital Revenue Refunding Bonds (Sarasota Memorial Hospital Project) Series 2009B, $79.525MM
Scranton-Lackawanna PA, Health & Welfare Authority, Hospital Revenue Bonds (The Community Medical Center Project), Ser. 2002, $18,500,000
Sevier County Public Building Authority, TN, Local Government Public Improvement Bonds Series VII-B-1 and Series VII-B-2 $92.245MM
Sevier County Public Building Authority, TN, Local Government Public Improvement Bonds, Series VII-E-1, $21.140MM
Signal Mountain Twn Hlth, Edu & Hsg Fac Brd, Adjustable Rate Revenue Refunding Bonds, 1999, (Alexian Village of Tennessee Project), $19.5MM
Somerset (County of) PA, Variable Rate Demand Obligation Bonds, Series 2009A, 2009B & 2009C, $20.095MM
South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority Economic Development Revenue Bonds, Series 2004 (Republic Services, Inc. P
South Dakota Health & Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Sioux Valley Hospitals & Health System Project), Series 2001C, $30MM
South Dakota Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Regional Health Project), Serie
South Dakota Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Sioux Valley Hospitals and Health Systems Project), Series 2004-B, $18MM
South Fork Municipal Authority, PA, Variable Rate Hospital Revenue Bonds (Conemaugh Health System Project), Series 2008A
South Jersey Transportation Authority, Variable Rate Transportation System Revenue Bonds, Series 2009 A-3 and Series 2009 A-4, $87.795MM
Southern California Public Power Authority, Power Project Revenue Bonds, (Palo Verde Project), Subordinate Refunding, Series
Southern California Public Power Authority, Refunding Revenue Bonds (Magnolia Power Project A), Series 2009-1
Southern California Public Power Authority, Refunding Revenue Bonds (Magnolia Power Project A), Series 2009-2
St. Cloud (City of) MN, Health Care Variable Rate Demand Refunding Revenue Bonds (CentraCare Health System Project), Series 2009A, $51.275MM
St. Joseph Industrial Development Authority, MO, Variable Rate Demand Health Facilities Revenue Bonds (Heartland Regional Medical Center Project), Series 2009A, $70MM
St. Paul Port Authority, MN, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (American Public Media Group Project), Series 2005-7, $11.500MM
Stockton Public Financing Authority, Variable Rate Demand Water Revenue Bonds (Delta Water Supply Project) Series 2010A, $55MM
Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency, NY, Taxable Variable Rate Demand Civic Facility Revenue Bonds (Huntington Hospital Project), Series 2002-A, $14.43MM
Sunnyvale (City of), CA, Variable Rate Demand Refunding Certificates of Participation, (Government Center Site Acquisition Project), Series 2009A
Syracuse Industrial Development Agency, NY, Civic Facility Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Syracuse University Project), Series
Syracuse Industrial Development Agency, NY, Civic Facility, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, PARS (Syracuse University Project), Series 2005A & Series 2005B, $80MM
Tacoma (Port of) WA, Subordinate Lien Revenue Bonds, Series 2008B
Tarrant County Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation, TX, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Scott & White Memorial Hospital
Tarrant County Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation, TX, Variable Rate Hospital Revenue Bonds (Hendrick Medical Center Project), Series 2009C, $25MM
Tarrant County Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation, Variable Rate Revenue Refunding Bonds (CHRISTUS Health Project) Series 2008C-1 through 2008C-5, $268.56MM
Tarrant County Cultural Educational Facilities Finance Corporation, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Methodist Hospitals of Dallas, TX
Tioga County Industrial Development Agency, NY, Variable Rate Demand Industrial Development Revenue Bonds (Nichols Distribution LLC/Best Buy Co., Inc. Project), Series 2002, $7.005MM
Triborough Bridge & Tunnel Authority, NY, General Purpose Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, Series 2001B and Series 2001C, $296.400MM
Trust for Cultural Resources of the County of Onondaga, NY, Revenue Bonds (Syracuse University Project) Series 2010A $75.525MM
Union (County of) NC, Variable Rate Enterprise Systems Revenue Bonds, Series 2009, $20MM
University of Colorado Hospital Authority, Revenue Bonds, Series 2004-A, $110MM
University of Illinois Health Services Facilities, System Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2008, $41.230MM
University of Illinois, Revenue Refunding Bonds, (UIC South Campus Development Project), Series 2008, $54.070MM
University of Wisconsin Hospitals & Clinics Authority, WI, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2009B, $59.345MM
Utah Transit Authority, Subordinated Sales Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2006A & Series 2006B, $175MM
Vermont Educational and Health Building Financing Agency, Variable Rate Hospital Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Fletcher Allen Hea
Virginia Small Business Financing Authority, Health Facilities Revenue Bonds (Bon Secours Health System Inc. Project) Series 2010, $39.995MM
Washington County Hospital Authority, PA, Adjustable Rate Demand Hospital Revenue Bonds (Washington Hospital (The) Project),
Washington County Hospital Authority, PA, Adjustable Rate Demand Hospital Revenue Bonds (Washington Hospital, PA Project), Se
Washington Health Care Facilities Authority Revenue Bonds, (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center) Series 2011B & 2011C
Washington Health Care Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (MultiCare Health System Project) Series 2009A&B, $100MM
Washington Health Care Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Southwest Washington Medical Center Project), Series 2008A
Washington Health Care Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Southwest Washington Medical Center Project), Series 2008B
Washington Health Care Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Swedish Health Services Project), Series 2009B and Series 2009C
Washington Health Care Facilities Authority, WA, Revenue Bonds (Swedish Health Services Project), Series 2006, $200MM
Washington Higher Education Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (The University of Puget Sound Project), Series 2006-A & Series 2006-B
Weirton Municipal Hospital Building Commission, WV, Adjustable Variable Rate Demand Hospital Revenue Bonds, (Weirton Medical Center, Inc. Project), Series 2001 B, $14.500MM
West Virginia Economic Development Authority, Solid Waste Disposal Facilities Revenue Bonds (Appalachian Power Company - AMOS Project), Series 2009A & Series 2009B, $104.375MM
West Virginia Economic Development Authority, WI, Solid Waste Disposal Facilities Revenue Bonds (Appalachian Power Company Pr
West Virginia Economic Development Authority, WV, Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds (Ohio Power Company -- Kammer Pro
West Virginia Economic Development Authority, WV, Solid Waste Disposal Facilities Revenue Bonds (Appalachian Power Company Pr
West Virginia Hospital Finance Authority, WV, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Charleston Area Medical Center Project), Series 2008A
Westmoreland County Industrial Development Authority, Adjustable Rate Demand Health Sytem Revenue Bonds, Series 2005-A through Ser. 2005-D
Westmoreland County Industrial Development Authority, PA, Adjustable Rate Demand Health System Revenue Bonds, (Excela Health Project) Series 2010B, $21.2MM
Winder-Barrow County Joint Development Authority Solid Waste Disposal Revenue Bonds (Republic Services, Inc. Project), Series 2004
Wisconsin Health & Educational Fac. Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Aspirus Wausau Hospital, Inc. Project), Ser. 1998B, $20MM
Wisconsin Health & Educational Facilities Authority Variable Demand Revenue Bonds (Wheaton Franciscan Services, Inc. System), Series 2003B, $75MM
Wisconsin Health & Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Aurora Health Care, Inc., WI Project), Series 2008A & Series 2008B, $160MM
Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds, (Aurora Health Care, Inc. Project) Series 2010, $103.405MM
Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Wheaton Franciscan Services, Inc.
Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Aspirus Wausau Hospital, Inc. Project), Series 2000, $23MM
Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Aspirus Wausau Hospital, Inc. Project), Series 2004, $44.750MM
Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Refunding Bonds (Medical College of Wisco
Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Gundersen Lutheran Project), Series 2009A & Series 2009B
World Wildlife Fund, DC, Taxable Variable Rate, Series 2008B
Rating Action:

Correction to headline and text, September 23, 2011 Release: Moody's revises long-term ratings on 312 jointly supported LOC-backed U.S. public finance sector transactions; rating actions affect 171 distinct obligors; short-term ratings unchanged

29 Sep 2011

$18.98 billion in debt affected.

New York, September 29, 2011 -- On September 23, 2011, Moody's issued a press release announcing rating actions on certain jointly supported LOC-backed U.S. public finance sector transactions. This press release is a correction to that announcement reflecting (a) the confirmation of an additional 37 long-term ratings of debt totaling $1.7 billion that were previously cited in the announcement as remaining under review for downgrade; (b) placing on review for downgrade 4 long-term ratings of debt totaling $243.2 million that were previously cited in the announcement as being confirmed; and (c) the upgrade of an additional 3 long-term ratings by 1 notch of debt totaling $128.9 million. A corrected version of the list of the affected credits (for which a link is provided below) has been published along with this press release. The complete text of the revised release follows:

Moody's Investors Service has downgraded 129 and upgraded 10 long-term ratings on letter of credit (LOC)-backed U.S. municipal debt obligations. In addition, Moody's has placed two ratings under review for downgrade and confirmed the ratings of 171 transactions previously under review for downgrade. The aggregate face amount of debt affected by these rating actions is $18.98 billion. Moody's has taken these rating actions in connection with our on-going surveillance of the 870 letter of credit-backed transactions rated based on a joint default analysis ("JDA") which have an aggregate face amount of $50.6 billion. None of the bonds' short-term ratings were affected. A full list of the 870 transactions and applicable rating actions is available on Moody's website at http://www.moodys.com/viewresearchdoc.aspx?docid=PBM_PBM136262.

SUMMARY RATINGS RATIONALE

These rating actions result from our surveillance of LOC backed transactions rated based on a JDA approach.

The JDA approach looks at the probability of default of both the obligor and the letter of credit provider and the default dependence between the two entities. The approach recognizes the potential benefit of dual support and, as such, transactions may achieve long-term ratings that are higher than that of either the obligor or the LOC provider by up to two notches. Our recent surveillance of these credits included a reassessment of default dependence for each credit based on updated information with respect to the obligor and the LOC provider as well as incorporation of recent rating actions with respect to Bank of America, N.A., Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Citibank, N.A. (see press release dated September 21, 2011), BNP Paribas (see press release dated September 14, 2011), and KBC Bank N.V (See press release dated September 21, 2011).

WHAT COULD MAKE THE RATINGS GO UP OR DOWN

As the long-term ratings on these transactions are determined in part by the probability of default of the LOC provider and the obligor, an upgrade or downgrade of the ratings of either or both of these entities could result in a upgrade or downgrade of each transaction's rating. Likewise, as the default dependence between the LOC provider and the obligor is another important input into the rating, a decrease in default dependence could result in an upgrade, and an increase could result in a downgrade.

PRINCIPAL METHODOLOGIES USED

The methodologies used in this rating were Moody's Methodology for Rating U.S. Public Finance Transactions Based on the Credit Substitution Approach published in August 2009, and Applying Global Joint Default Analysis to Letter of Credit Backed Transactions in the U.S. Public Finance Sector published in October 2010. Please see the Credit Policy page on www.moodys.com for a copy of these methodologies.

REGULATORY DISCLOSURES

For ratings issued on a program, series or category/class of debt, this announcement provides relevant regulatory disclosures in relation to each rating of a subsequently issued bond or note of the same series or category/class of debt or pursuant to a program for which the ratings are derived exclusively from existing ratings in accordance with Moody's rating practices. For ratings issued on a support provider, this announcement provides relevant regulatory disclosures in relation to the rating action on the support provider and in relation to each particular rating action for securities that derive their credit ratings from the support provider's credit rating. For provisional ratings, this announcement provides relevant regulatory disclosures in relation to the provisional rating assigned, and in relation to a definitive rating that may be assigned subsequent to the final issuance of the debt, in each case where the transaction structure and terms have not changed prior to the assignment of the definitive rating in a manner that would have affected the rating. For further information please see the ratings tab on the issuer/entity page for the respective issuer on www.moodys.com.

Information sources used to prepare the rating are the following: parties involved in the ratings and public information.

Moody's considers the quality of information available on the rated entity, obligation or credit satisfactory for the purposes of issuing a rating.

Moody's adopts all necessary measures so that the information it uses in assigning a rating is of sufficient quality and from sources Moody's considers to be reliable including, when appropriate, independent third-party sources. However, Moody's is not an auditor and cannot in every instance independently verify or validate information received in the rating process.

Please see Moody's Rating Symbols and Definitions on the Rating Process page on www.moodys.com for further information on the meaning of each rating category and the definition of default and recovery.

Please see ratings tab on the issuer/entity page on www.moodys.com for the last rating action and the rating history.

The date on which some ratings were first released goes back to a time before Moody's ratings were fully digitized and accurate data may not be available. Consequently, Moody's provides a date that it believes is the most reliable and accurate based on the information that is available to it. Please see the ratings disclosure page on our website www.moodys.com for further information.

Please see www.moodys.com for any updates on changes to the lead rating analyst and to the Moody's legal entity that has issued the rating.

Ian Rogow
Associate Analyst
Public Finance Group
Moody's Investors Service, Inc.
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New York, NY 10007
U.S.A.
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Thomas Jacobs
VP - Senior Credit Officer
Public Finance Group
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Correction to headline and text, September 23, 2011 Release: Moody's revises long-term ratings on 312 jointly supported LOC-backed U.S. public finance sector transactions; rating actions affect 171 distinct obligors; short-term ratings unchanged
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