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Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series DBE 1029X
Development Authority of Burke County, GA, Pollution Control Revenue Bonds (Oglethorpe Power Corporation) Series 2010 A&B $91.105MM
Disctrict of Columbia, DC, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (National Academy of Sciences Project) Series 2008A, $65MM
District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency, Multifamily Housing Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Trenton Park Apartments Project), Series 2001, $6.335MM
District of Columbia, DC, Multimodal General Obligation Bonds, Series 2008A through Series 2008D, $524.28MM
District of Columbia, DC, Multimodal Revenue Bonds (Medstar Health Project) Series 1998A - Tranche I through Series 1998A -Tranche III, $150MM
District of Columbia, DC, Multimodal University Revenue Bonds (American University, DC Project), Series 2003, $37MM
District of Columbia, DC, Multimodal University Revenue Bonds (American University, DC Project), Series 2006A & Series 2006B, $99.975MM
District of Columbia, DC, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Washington Drama Society, Inc. Project), Series 2008, $120MM
District of Columbia, Multimodal Revenue Bonds, 2000A, (The American National Red Cross Issue), $93.5MM
District of Columbia, Revenue Bonds (American Geophysical Union Project), Series 1993, $8.095MM
District of Columbia, Revenue Bonds (National Academy of Sciences Project) Series 2009A, $57.5MM
District of Columbia, Revenue Bonds, 1999B&C, (George Washington University, DC), $167.73MM
District of Columbia, Variable Rate Demand / Fixed Rate Revenue Bonds, 1998, (American Public Health Association Issue), $12.755MM
District of Columbia, Variable Rate Demand Refunding Revenue Bonds, (American University (The) Project) Series 2008 $60.9MM
District of Columbia, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Council on Foreign Relations Project), Series 2007, $62.680MM
District of Columbia, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (The) Project), Ser
District of Columbia, Variable Rate Refunding Revenue Bonds (World Wildlife Fund, Inc. Project) Series 2010, $33.015MM
District of Columbia, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (AARP Foundation Issue), Series 2004, $25MM
District of Columbia, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (American Library Association Issue), Series 2005, $3.175MM
District of Columbia, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Defenders of Wildlife Issue Project), Series 2002, $7MM
District of Columbia, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Family & Child Services of Washington, D.C. Inc. Issue Project) Series 2006, $10.400MM
District of Columbia, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Friends of the Legal Services Corporation Issue), Series 2003, $12.895MM
District of Columbia, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Howard Road Academy Public Charter School, Inc. Project), Series 2004, $6.295MM
District of Columbia, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Edmund Burke School Project), Series 2005, $15MM
District of Columbia, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Hogar Hispano, Inc. Project), Series 2005, $18MM
District of Columbia, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Phillips Collection (The) Issue), Series 2003, $27MM
Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, Mount Saint Mary College Insured Revenue Bonds (Mount Saint Mary College Project), Series 2005, $29.265MM
Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, NY, Fordham Univeristy Revenue Bonds (Fordham Univeristy Project), Series 2008A
Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, Revenue Bonds (North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System Project), Series 2009B, C & D
Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, Revenue Bonds (St. John's University Project), Series 2008A & 2008B-1 & 2008B-2
Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, Revenue Bonds (University of Rochester, NY Project), Series 2006 A-1 & Series 2006 B-1, $111.180MM
Douglas County Development Corporation, WA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, 1998, (Executive Flight Project), $6.5MM
Eagle (County of) CO, Taxable Housing Facilities Revenue Bonds, 1999A,B(Taxable), (The Tarnes at BC, LLC Project), $10.035MM
Eagle County Holland Creek Metropolitan District, CO, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, Series 2001, $ 12,000,000
East Rochester (Village of) NY, Housing Authority, Variable Rate Demand Housing Revenue Bonds (Park Nursing Home, Inc. Project), Series 2008
Economic Development Authority of Hanover County Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2008 D-1 & D-2 (Bon Secours Health System, Inc.), $124.55
Eden Prairie (City of) MN, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Eden Prairie Leased Housing Associates I, Limited Partnership Project), Series 2003-A & 2003-B (Taxable), $23.760MM
Eden Prairie (City of) MN, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Refunding Bonds (Eden Prairie Leased Housing Associates, I Limited Partnership Project), Series 2005A & 2005B (Taxable), $3,520,000.00
El Dorado Irrigation District, CA, Adjustable Rate Refunding Revenue Certificates of Participation (El Dorado Irrigation Dist
Elgin (City of) Illinois, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Judson College Project), Series 2006, $9.5MM
Erie (County of) OH, Adjustable Rate Demand Health Care Facility Revenue Bonds, 1996A, (Providence Care Center Project), $ 5.555MM
Erie County Hospital Authority, PA, Health Facility Revenue Bonds (Saint Mary's Home Project), Series 2008A & Series 2008B, $
Escambia (County of) FL, Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, 1997, (Daws Manufacturing Company, Inc. Project), $3.5MM
Fairfax County Economic Development Authority, VA, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Public Broadcasting Service Project), Series 2005, $19.500MM
Falls Church Economic Development Authority, VA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Tax Analysts Project), Series 2006A & Se
Florida Municipal Power Agency, Variable Rate Demand Refunding Revenue Bonds (All-Requirements Power Supply Project), Series 2008C, 2008D & 2008E,
Fort Wayne (City of), IN, Variable Rate Demand Economic Development Revenue Bonds (University of Saint Francis Project), Seri
Four Fishers, L.L.C., Floating Rate Demand Taxable Notes, 1999, $6.595MM
Fredericksburg Economic Development Authority, VA, Student Housing Facility Revenue & Refunding Bonds (UMW Apartments Project) Series 2008 $10.67MM
Fredericksburg Economic Development Autority, VA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Student Housing & Economic Development Project - Eagle Village I Project), Series 2009A & B
Gainesville & Hall (County of) GA, Development Authority, Variable Rate Refunding Revenue Bonds, (Hall County Sewage Treatmen
Geauga (County of) OH, Adjustable Rate Demand Health Care Facilities Revenue Bonds, 1998A, B, (Heather Hill, Inc.), $22.795MM
Gillette (City of) WY, Campbell County, Wyoming Customized Purchase Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds (PacifiCorp Project), Series 1988, $41.20MM
Goshen (City of) IN, Variable Rate Demand Economic Development Revenue Bonds (Goshen College Project) Series 2007, $31.805MM
Greenville Hospital System Board of Trustees, Hospital Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2008C
Gregg County Health Facilities Development Corporation, Variable Rate Demand Hospital Revenue Bonds, (Good Shepherd Medical Center Project), Series 2006B & 2006C
Gulf Coast Wast Disposal Authority, Environmental Facilities Revenue Bonds (American Acryl L.P. Project), Series 2001, $25MM
Gwinnett County Development Authority, GA, Tax-Exempt Industrial Development Revenue Bonds (Pak-Lite, Inc. Project), Series 2004, $3.100MM
Hamilton (County of) OH, Adjustable Rate Parking System Revenue Bonds, Series 2001, $24.5MM
Hamilton (County of) OH, Variable Rate Demand Health Facilities Revenue Bonds, 2000A, (Deaconess Long Term Care, Inc.), $19.555MM
Hamilton (County of) OH, Variable Rate Hospital Facilities Revenue Bonds (Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Proje
Hamilton (County of) OH, Variable Rate Hospital Facilities Revenue Bonds, 2000, (Children's Hospital Medical Center), $50MM
Harris County Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation, TX, Revenue Bonds (YMCA Greater Houston Area Project), Serie
Harris County Cultural Education Facilities Finance, TX, Medical Facilities Revenue Refunding Bonds (Baylor College of Medici
Harris County Health Facilities Development Corporation, TX, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Baylor College of Medicine, TX Project),
Harris County Health Facilities Development Corporation, TX, Medical Facilities Revenue Bonds (Baylor College of Medicine) Series 2007A-1 and Series 2007A-2, $245MM
Harris County Industrial Development Corporation, TX, Marine Terminal Revenue Bonds (HFOTCO LLC Project), Series 2010, $75MM
Hawaii Department of Budget and Finance, Special Purpose Revenue Bonds (The Queen's Health Systems Project), Series 2009A & 2009B, $78.67MM
Hesperia (City of) CA, Variable Rate Demand Certificate of Participations (Civic Plaza Project), Series 2005, $18,200,000
Hesperia Public Financing Authority, CA, Revenue Bonds (1993 Street Improvement Project Refinancing)(Variable Rate Demand), Series 2004, $12.1MM
Highland County Health Facilities Authority, FL, Hospital Revenue Bonds, (Adventist Health System/Sunbelt Obligated Group Project), Series 2007-D, $78.35MM
Highlands County Health Facilities Authority, FL, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Adventist Health System/Sunbelt Obligated Group Project), Series 2005E, $61.875MM
Highlands County Health Facilities Authority, FL, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Adventist Health System/Sunbelt Obligated Group Project), Series 2005G, $49.425MM
Hillsborough Community College Foundation, FL, Student Housing Revenue Bonds, Series 2006, $18.6MM
Hocking College Foundation Inc., Certificates of Participation (Hocking Technical College District Residence Hall Facilities Project) Series 2008, $20.795MM
Houston (City of) TX, Airport Enterprise, Airport System Subordinate Lien Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2010
Houston (City of) TX, Combined Utility System First Lien Revenue Bonds, Series 2004B-1 through Series 2004B-9, $653.325MM
HP LRHS Land Development, Taxable Economic Development Revenue Bonds, Series 2010 $1MM
Hulbert Economic Development Authority, OK, Variable Rate Demand Economic Development Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2010 (Clear Creek Monastery Project) Series 2010 $12.24MM
Illinois Development Finance Authority, Adj. Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, 2000, (Window to the World Communications, Inc. Project), $13.7MM
Illinois Development Finance Authority, Adjustable Demand Revenue Bonds, 2001, (Loyola Academy Project), $20.8MM
Illinois Development Finance Authority, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Providence - St. Mel School Project), Series 2002, $9.800MM
Illinois Development Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Carmel High School Project), Series 2003, $8.5MM
Illinois Development Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (West Central Illinois Educational Telecommunications Corporation Project), Series 2002, $4.800MM
Illinois Development Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Mount Carmel High School Project), Series 2003, $15MM
Illinois Development Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, 2001, (Teachers Academy for Mathematics and Science (The) Project), $3.5MM
Illinois Educational Facilities Authority, Adjustable rate Demand Revenue Bonds, 2000, (Field Museum of Natural History), $30MM
Illinois Finance Authority Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Rehabilition Institute of Chicago) Series 2009
Illinois Finance Authority Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Resurrection Health Care Project), Series 2005-B, $125MM
Illinois Finance Authority, Adjustable Demand Revenue Bonds (Music and Dance Theater Chicago, Inc. Project), Series 2005, $20MM
Illinois Finance Authority, Adjustable Rate Demand Refunding Revenue Bonds (Latin School of Chicago Project), Series 2005A & Series 2005B, $33.500MM
Illinois Finance Authority, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Dominican University Project), Series 2006, $30MM
Illinois Finance Authority, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Loyola Academy Project), Series 2007, $21.5MM
Illinois Finance Authority, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Museum of Science and Industry Project) Series 2009A through Series 2009D, $64MM
Illinois Finance Authority, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (IIT Research Institute Project), Series 2004, $18.820MM
Illinois Finance Authority, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (North Central College Project), Series 2008 $17MM
Illinois Finance Authority, IL, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Chicago Horticultural Society Project), Series 2008, $3
Illinois Finance Authority, IL, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Saint Xavier University Project), Series 2008, $25MM
Illinois Finance Authority, IL, Revenue Bonds (Ingalls Health System Project), Series 2004, $48MM
Illinois Finance Authority, IL, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Marwen Foundation Project), Series 2008, $5.040MM
Illinois Finance Authority, IL, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Planned Parenthood Chicago Area Project), Series 2007A
Illinois Finance Authority, IL, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Riverside Health System Project), Series 2004
Illinois Finance Authority, IL, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Riverside Health System Project), Series 2006A & Series 2
Illinois Finance Authority, IL, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (The University of Chicago Medical Center, IL Project), Series 2010A & Series 2010B, $92.5MM
Illinois Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Chicago Historical Society Project), Series 2006, $50.905MM
Illinois Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare Project), Series 2008B through
Illinois Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Provena Health Project) Series 2010C
Illinois Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Rockford Memorial Hospital Obligated Group Project) Series 2008 $60.8MM
Illinois Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (University of Chicago Medical Center Project) Series 2009D-1 & D-2 and Series 2009E-1 & E-2, $140MM
Illinois Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Refunding Bonds (Edward Hospital Obligated Group), Series 2009A $44.190MM
Illinois Finance Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Resurrection Health Care Project), Series 2005-C, $125MM
Illinois Health Facilities Authority Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Riverside Health System Project), Series 2002-B, $15MM
Illinois Health Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Finch University of Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School (The) Project), Series 2002, $57.5MM
Illinois Health Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Memorial Health System, IL Project), Series 2003, $31MM
Illinois Housing Development Authority, IL, Housing Bonds, Series 2008A through Series 2008C, $57.625MM
Illinois State Toll Highway Authority Variable Rate Senior Priority Revenue Bonds, Series 2007A $700MM
Illinos Finance Authority Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Murphy Machine Products, Inc. Project) Series 2008 $3.9MM
Indiana Development Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Indianapolis Museum of Art Project (The), Series 2001, $30MM
Indiana Development Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Indianapolis Museum of Art, Inc. Project), Series 2004, $51MM
Indiana Development Finane Authority, Variable Rate Demand Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Indianapolis Museum of Art, Inc. Project), Series 2002, $44MM
Indiana Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Hanover College, IN Project), Series 2004-B, $8.640MM
Indiana Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Wabash College Project), Series 2001
Indiana Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Wabash College Project), Series 2003, $17.5MM
Indiana Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds, (Franklin College Project), Series 2003, $15MM
Indiana Finance Authority, Environmental Improvement Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Ispat Inland Inc. Projects) Series 2005, $51.480MM
Indiana Finance Authority, Health System Revenue Bonds (Sisters of St. Francis Health Services, Inc. Project), Series 2008E
Indiana Finance Authority, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Indiana University Health Obligated Group) Series 2011B & E $117.360
Indiana Finance Authority, IN, Industrial Development Revenue Bonds (Republic Services, Inc. Project), Series 2005, $30MM
Indiana Finance Authority, Pollution Control Refunding Revenue Bonds, (Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company Project) 1998 Series A, $31.5MM
Indiana Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Economic Development Revenue Bonds, (I.V.C. Industrial Coatings, Inc. Project
Indiana Health Facility Financing Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Stone Belt Arc, Inc. Project), Series 2005, $3.2MM
Indiana Municipal Power Agency, Variable Rate Demand Power Supply System Refunding Bonds,, 1998A, $37MM
Iowa Finance Authority, IA, Variable Rate Demand Health Facilities Revenue Bonds (Great River Medical Center Project), Series
Iowa Finance Authority, Tax-Exempt Variable Demand Industrial Development Revenue Bonds (U.S. Filter Water Project), Series 2001A and 2001B (Taxable), $7.700MM
Iowa Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Graceland University Project), Series 2008
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 Student Housing Revenue Bonds (CHF-Des Moines, LLC Project), Series 2007A & Seri
Iowa Higher Education Loan Authority, Private College Facility Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Graceland University Project), Series 2003, $15.900MM
Irvine (City of) CA, Assessment Dist. 93-14, Limited Obligation Improvement Bonds Adjustable Rate Series, $72.53MM
Irvine Ranch Water District, Bonds of the Irvine Ranch Water District, Consolidated Series 2009A and Series 2009B, $150MM
Irvine Unified School District Community Facilities District No. 09-1, Special Tax Notes, Series 2012A & Series 2012B, $113.64MM
J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series 2012-1
J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series 2012-2
J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series 2012-3
J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series 2012-4
J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series 2012-7
J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Receipts, Series 2007-6
J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Receipts, Series 2008-13
J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Receipts, Series 2008-14
J.P. Morgan Securities, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series 1258Q (Tennergy Corporation Tennessee Gas Revenue due 5/1/2016.)
J.P. Morgan Securities, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Receipts, Series 2006-11 (Rel. to Municipal Energy Acquisition Corporatio
J.P. Morgan Securities, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Receipts, Series 2006-12 (Rel. to Municipal Energy Acquisition Corporatio
J.P. Morgan Securities, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Receipts, Series 2010-2
J.P. Morgan Securities, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Receipts, Series 2011-1
Jackson County Industrial Development Authority, MO, Variable Rate Demand Recreational Facilities Revenue Bonds (YMCA of Greater Kansas City Project), Series 2002A, $13.495M
Jacksonville (City of) FL, Capital Projects Revenue Bonds, Series 2008A & Series 2008B
Jacksonville Health Facilities Authority, FL, Health Facilities Revenue Bonds (University of Florida Jacksonville Physician, Inc. Project), Series 2002, $12.930MM
James City County Economic Development Authority, VA, Residential Care Facility Revenue Bonds (Virginia United Methodist Home
Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, Taxable Variable Rate Demand Bonds, (National Jewish Federation Bond Program), Ser
Kamps Capital, LLC, Taxable Variable Rate Demand Notes, (Kamps, Inc, Project) Series 2010
Kansas City (City of) MO, Variable Rate Demand Taxable Special Obligation Refunding Bonds, (Hotel President Redevelopment Project) Series 2009B, $17.4MM
Kansas City (City of), MO, Variable Rate Demand Taxable Special Obligation Refunding Bonds (Chouteau I-35 Project) Series 2009C & D $12.24MM
Kansas Development Finance Authority, Hospital Bonds (Adventist Health System/Sunbelt Obligated Group Project), Series 2004-C, $50MM
Kansas Development Finance Authority, Variable Rate Demand Health Facilities Revenue Bonds , 2000C, (Deaconess Long Term Care, Inc.), $5.645MM
Kendall County Health Facilities Development Corporation Variable Rate Demand Health Care Revenue Bonds (Morningside Ministri
Lake (County of) OH, Hospital Facilities Refunding Revenue Bonds, (Lake Hospital System Project), Series 2008A and Series 200
Lancaster County Hospital Authority, PA, Health System Revenue Bonds (Lancaster General Hospital Refunding Project), Series 2
Las Vegas (City of) Nevada, Variable Rate Demand Economic Development Revenue Bonds, (Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation (The) Project), Series 2005
Lee Memorial Health System, FL, Variable Rate Hospital Revenue Bonds, (Lee Memorial Hospital Project), Series 2009A, 2009B, 2009C, & 2009D, $173.135MM
Lehigh County General Purpose Authority, PA, College Revenue Bonds (Muhlenberg College Project) Series 2008, $56.505MM
Lexington-Fayette Urban County Airport Board Variable Rate General Airport Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government General Obligation) (NON-AMT) Series 2009-B
Lexington-Fayette Urban County Airport Board, Variable Rate General Airport Revenue and Revenue Refunding Bonds (Lexington-Fayette Urban County Airport Corporation Project), Series 2008A (AMT), 2008B (non AMT) & 2008C (Taxable), $77.075MM
Loma Linda (City of) CA, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Loma Linda University Medical Center Projec), Series 2007B2, $40MM
Loma Linda (City of) CA, Variable Rate Hospital Revenue Bonds (Loma Linda University Medical Center Project), Series 2008B, $25MM
Lombard (Village of) IL, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (National University of Health Sciences Project), Series 2006, $9.300MM
Long Island Power Authority Electric System General Revenue Bonds Series 2012C & D $324MM
Long Island Power Authority, NY, Electric System Subordinated Revenue Bonds, Subseries 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 2C, 3A, 3B, $700MM
Lorain (County of) OH, Multi-Mode Variable Rate Demand Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, (EMH Regional Medical Center Project), Series 1997, $6.765MM
Los Angeles (City of) CA, Variable Rate Refunding Wastewater System Subordinate Revenue Bonds, Series 2008A through Series 20
Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency, CA, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds, Series 2003 A , $8,006,869
Louisiana Local Government Environment Facilities & Community Development Authority, Healthcare Facilities Revenue Refunding
Louisiana Offshore Terminal Authority, Refunding Revenue Bonds, 1997A, (LOOP LLC Project), $24.71MM
Louisiana Public Facilities Authority, LA, Revenue and Refunding Bonds (CommCare Louisiana Project) Series 2008A & Series 200
Louisiana Public Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (Dynamic Fuels, LLC Project), Series 2008, $100MM
Maine Finance Authority, ME, Variable Rate Education Revenue Bonds (Waynflete School, ME Project), Series 2007, $11.090MM
Maine Finance Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bond (Jackson Laboratory (The) Project), Series 2002, $56.135M
Manhattan (City of) KS, Variable Rate Demand Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, (Florence Corporation of Kansas Project), Series 2003, $8.0m
Marion (City) IN, Variable Rate Demand Economic Development Revenue Bonds, (Indiana Wesleyan University Project), Series 2006, $40MM
Maryalnd Economic Development Corporation, Adjustable Mode Revenue Refunding Bonds (Constellation Energy Group, Inc. Project), Series 2006A & Series 2006B
Maryland Community Development Administration, MD, Multifamily Development Revenue Bonds (Fort Washington Manor Limited Partnership Project), Series 2005 A, $14MM
Maryland Economic Development Corporation, Tax-Exempt Adjustable Mode Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, 1998, (Morrison Health Care, Inc. Project), $2.75MM
Maryland Economic Development Corporation, Variable Rate Economic Development Revenue Bonds (Blind Industries and Services of Maryland Project), Series 2003, $10MM
Maryland Economic Development Corporation, Variable Rate Economic Development Revenue Bonds (Maryland Science Center Project), Series 2003, $14MM
Maryland Economic Development Corporation, Variable Rate Economic Development Revenue Bonds (Prologue, Inc. Project), Series 2005, $3.500MM
Maryland Economic Development Corporation, Variable Rate Economic Development Revenue Bonds, (Catholic Relief Services Project), Series 2006, $19.555MM
Maryland Health & Higher Educational Facilities Authority, MD, Revenue Bonds (Stevenson University Project), Series 2008, $23
Maryland Health & Higher Educational Facilities Authority, MD, Revenue Bonds, Stevenson University Issue, Series 2010 $33.25MM
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 (University of Maryland Medical System Project), Ser
Maryland Health & Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds, (Villa Julie College Project), Series 2005, $95.530MM
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, (Anne Arundel Health System Issue), Series 2009B, $60MM
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 Department of Transportation Metropolitan Highway System, Revenue Bonds (Senior) Variable Rate Demand Obligation 2010, Series A-1, $100MM
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Williston Northampton School) Series 2010 $8.885MM
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (The Fessenden School Issue), Series 2001, $17MM
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, MA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Lasell Village, Project), Series 2007, $20.
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, MA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Northfield Mount Hermon School Project), Se
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Resource Recovery Revenue Bonds, 1999, (Waste Management, Inc. Project), $10MM
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bond (St. Marks School, MA Project), Series 2004, $16.700MM
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Marine Biological Laboratory Issue), Series 2006, $34 MM
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, (Edgewood Retirement Project) Series 2008, $41.08
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Wentworth Institute of Technology Pr
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Variable Rate Demand Variable Mode Revenue Bonds (Simmons College Project), Series G, $49.610MM
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (The Berkshire School Project), Series 2001, $10.5MM
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Variable Rate Revenue Refunding Bonds (Edgewood Retirement Community Project) Series 2000A, $15.075MM
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency,MA, Floating Rate Revenue Refunding Bonds (College of the Holy Cross - 2008 Issue),
Massachusetts Development Finance Authority, (Meadowbrook School of Weston Project), $9.8MM
Massachusetts Health & Educational Fac. Auth., Variable Rate Revenue Refunding Bonds, B, (Fairview Extended Care Services, Inc. Issue)
Massachusetts Health & Educational Facilities Authority Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, Hillcrest Extended Care Services Issue, Series 2001A, $21.52MM
Massachusetts Health & Educational Facilities Authority, MA, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Northeast Hospital Corporation Project), Series 2004G, $55MM
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 & Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for
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 (CIL Realty of Massachusetts Pr
Massachusetts Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Northeast Hospital Corporation Project), Series 2006-H & Series 2006-I (Federally Taxable), $32.5MM
Massachusetts Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Project
Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency, Housing Bonds, 2009 Series A & 2009 Series B, $28.038MM
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
Melair Associates LLC, Taxable Variable Rate Demand Bond, Series 2004, $1.375MM
Memorial Health System, IL, Taxable Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, Series 2004, $25MM
Mercer County Improvement Authority, NJ, Revenue Refunding Bonds, Variable Rate Demand Obligations (Atlantic Foundation (The) Project), Series 2008, $22MM
Merrill Lynch & Co. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts BOA-151 (Rel. to Volusia County Health Facs. Auth. Hosp. Facs. Rev. Ref. & Improvement Bonds, Series 1994 Memorial Health Systems Project) due 11/15/2013 & 11/15/2020)
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts BOA-158 (Rel. to Wisconsin Health & Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (Aurora Health Care Obligated Group), Series 1993 5.25% due 8/15/2023)
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, BOA-170 (Rel to Wisconsin Health & Education Facilities Authority Revenue Bonds, Ser. 1993A (Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother-Ministry Corporation)
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-106 (Rel. to County of Hamilton, Ohio Hospital Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 2001C due 7/15/2029.)
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-138 (Rel. to Arizona Health Facilities Authority, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Phoenix Chidren's Hospital Project), Series 2007)
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-139 (Rel. to Arizona Health Facilities Authority, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Phoenix Chidren's Hospital Project), Series 2007)
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-177 (Rel. to Tyler Health Facilities Development Corporation, Hosp. Rev. Bonds (Mother Frances Hosp. of Tyler Texas Proj.) Series 1992 due 7/1/2022)
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-178 (Rel. to Indiana Authority Hospital Revenue Bonds (Union Hospital Proj.), Series 1993 due 9/1/2018)
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-179 (Rel. to Indiana Health Facility Financing Authority, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Union Hospital Proj.), Series 1993 due 9/1/2023)
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-182C
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-184
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-188
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-191
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-192
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-203 A&B
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-204
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-205
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-206
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-207
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-208
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-216
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-217
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-219
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (Munil. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-182A & 182B
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-169 (rel. to Delaware County Authority, Health System Revenue Bonds, Mercy Health System of Southern Pennsylvania Issue, Series 2001)
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipt, Series BOA-140 (Rel. to Arizona Health Facilities Authority, Hospital Revenue Bonds (Phoenix Children's Hospital Project), Series 2007)
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-118A Thru BOA-118L (Rel. to County of Cuyahoga, Ohio, Hospital Improv. and Ref. Rev. Bds., Ser. 1996A and Ser. 1996B (Univ. Hosp. Hlth. Sys., Inc. Project) due 1/15/2012-1/15/2019.)
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-146 (Rel to Arizona Health Facilities Authority Hospital Revenue Bonds, (Phonenix Children's Hospital Ser. 2007C)
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-154 (Rel. to State of Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds, Windham Community Memorial Hospital, Series D.)
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-159 (Rel. to City of Detroit Downtown Development Authority Revenue Refunding Bonds (Millender Center Project) Series 2008 due 12/1/2047.)
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-171 (Rel. to Illinois Health Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds, Series 1994 (Ingalls Health System Project) 6.25% due 5/15/2024.)
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-180A, B, C, D, E & F (Rel. to State of Connecticut Hlth. and Educational Fac. Auth. Rev. Bds., Veterans Memorial Medical Center Issue, Ser. A due 7/1/2012-7/1/2016 and 7/1/2026.)
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-183
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-199
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-209
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-210A & BOA-210B
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-212A & BOA-212B
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-214
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-215 CR
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-221 CR
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-222
Merrill Lynch Inc. & Co. (Muni. Deriv.) Custodial Receipts, Series BOA-220
Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Auth., GA, Variable Rate Sales Tax Revenue Bonds, 2000A, B, (Second Indenture Series), $200MM
Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County Industrial Development Board, TN, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (YMCA Pr
Metropolitan Government of Nashville/Davidson Health & Educational Board, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Montessori Academy Project), Series 2003, $2.800MM
Metropolitan Higher Education Authority, Inc., TX, Variable Rate Demand Higher Education Revenue Bonds (University of Dallas
Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority, TN, Airport Improvement Revenue Bonds, Refunding Series 2008A, $37.6MM
Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Transportation Revenue Variable Rate Bonds, Series 2005-E1 & Series 2005-E2, $250MM
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Airport System Revenue Variable Rate Bonds, Series 2009D1 & D2 $136.825MM
Michigan Finance Authority, School Loan Revolving Fund Revenue and Refunding Bonds, Series 2010A, 2010B & 2010C (Federally Taxable), $450MM
Michigan Finance Authority, Unemployment Obligation Assessment Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds Series 2011 $3.323MM
Michigan Higher Education Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Limited Obligation Revenue and Revenue Refunding Bonds,
Michigan State Building Authority, MI, 2007 Multi-Modal Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series I, $96.5MM
Michigan Strategic Fund, Tax-Exempt Adjustable Mode Variable Limited Obligation Revenue Bonds, (Wedgwood Christian Services Project), Series 2008, $11MM
Michigan Strategic Fund, Variable Rate Demand Limited Obligation Revenue Bonds, (Evangelical Homes of Michigan Project), Seri
Michigan Strategic Fund, Variable Rate Limited Obligation Revenue Bonds (Pioneer Laboratories, Inc. Project), Series 2002, $6MM
Middletown (City of) KY, Educational Building Revenue Improvement and Refunding Bonds (Christian Academy of Louisville, Inc. Project), Series 2004, $20.625MM
Middletown (City of) OH, Adjustable Rate Demand Development Revenue Bonds (Bishop Fenwick High School Project), Series 2003, $12.250MM
Middletown (City of) Ohio, Hospital Facilities Revenue Bonds, (Atrium Medical Center Obligated Group Project) Series 2008A
Midlothian (City of) TX, Industrial Development Corporation, Environmental Facilities Revenue Refunding Bonds (Holcim (US) Inc. Project), Series 2009, $26.700MM
Milwaukee City Redevelopment Authority, WI, Variable Rate Demand Redevelopment Revenue Bonds (Cathedral Place Parking Facility Project), Series 2002, $???
Mississippi Business Finance Corporation, Tax-Exempt Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Wis-Pak of Hattiesburg, LLC Project), Series 2008A and Series 2008B (Taxable), $49.9MM
Missouri Development Finance Board, Taxable Infrastructure Facilities Revenue Bonds (Ninth Street Garage Project), Series 2004A & Serie 2004B, $16.500MM
Missouri Health & Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Lutheran Church Extension Fund-Missouri Synod Loan Program), Series 2004A, $33.14MM
Missouri Health & Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (St. John Vianney High School Project), Series 2005, $5.0MM
Missouri State Health & Educational Facilities Authority, MO, Variable Rate Demand Health Facilities Revenue Bonds (St. Luke'
Missouri State Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Academie Lafayette Project), Series 2003, $2.550MM
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 Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (St. John Vianney High School Project), Series 2006, $3.5MM
Missouri State Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Health Facilities Revenue Bonds, (Cox Health Systems Project), Series 2008B& 2008C
MMC Corporation, Multi-Mode Taxable Revenue Bonds, Series 2005, $21.915MM
Moffat (County of), CO, Variable Rate Demand Pollution Control Refunding Revenue Bonds (Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association Inc. Project), Series 2009, $46.8MM
Monroe (County of) FL, Airport Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Key West International Airport) Series 2006
Monroe (County of) NY Industrial Development Agency, Civic Facility Revenue Bonds, (Nazareth College of Rochester Project), S
Monroe (County of) NY, Industrial Development Agency, Variable Rate Demand Civic Facility Revenue Bonds, (Monroe Community College Association, Inc. Project), Series 2006-A (Tax-Exempt) & Series 2006-B (Taxable), $18.415MM
Monroe County Industrial Development Agency, NY, Variable Rate Demand Civic Facility Revenue Bonds (Margaret Woodbury Strong Museum Project), Series 2005, $30MM
Monroe County Industrial Development Agency, NY, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Monroe Community College Association, Inc. Project), Series 2002A and 2002B (Taxable), $16.005MM
Montgomery (County of) KY, Adjustable Rate Industrial Building Revenue Bonds, 1996, (Connecticut Fineblanking Corp. Project), $5.5MM
Montgomery (County of) MD, Variable Rate Economic Development Revenue Bonds (Georgetown Preparatory School Facility Project), Series 2005, $35MM
Montgomery (County of) MD, Variable Rate Economic Development Revenue Bonds, (Georgetown Preparatory School Facility Project)
Montgomery (County of) Public Building Authority, TN, Adjustable Rate Pooled Financing Revenue Bonds (Tennessee County Loan P
Montgomery (County of) TN, Public Bldg. Auth., Adj. Rt. Pooled Fin. Revenue Bonds, 1997, (Tennessee County Loan Pool), $150MM
Montgomery (County of) TN, Public Bldg. Auth., Adjustable Rate Pooled Financing Revenue Bonds, 1999, (Tennessee County Loan Pool), $200MM
Montgomery (County of) TN, Public Building Authority, Adjustable Rate Pooled Financing Revenue Bonds (Tennesse County Loan Pool), Series 2002, $200MM
Montgomery (County of) TN, Public Building Authority, Adjustable Rate Pooled Financing Revenue Bonds (Tennessee County Loan Pool), Series 2004, $200MM
Montgomery (County of) TN, Public Building Authority, Adjustable Rate Pooled Financing Revenue Bonds, Series 2006 (Tennessee County Loan Pool), $200MM
Montgomery County Industrial Development Authority, VA, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Virginia Tech Foundation Project), Series 2005, $49.83MM
Morton Grove (Village of), IL, Cultural Facility Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education
Munfordville (City of) Kentucky, Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, (Louisville Bedding Company Project), Series 2004, $4,575,000
Mystic Entertainment Company, Refunding Revenue Bonds, (Federally Taxable), $10.8 MM
Nassau County Industrial Development Agency, NY, Continuing Care Retirement Community, Variable Rate Demand Mortgage Revenue
Nassau County Industrial Development Agency, NY, Taxable Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (2 Harbor Park Realty Associates, L.L. C. Project), Series 2004, $12.260MM
Nassau Health Care Corporation, Bonds (Nassau County Guaranteed), Series 2009D1 & Series 2009D2, $64.635MM
Nassau Health Care Corporation, NY, Bonds (Nassau County Guaranteed), Series 2009A (Taxable), $26.09MM
Nebraska Educational Finance Authority, Adjustable Rate Revenue and Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Creighton University Project),
Nevada Housing Division, Variable Rate Demand Multi-Unit Housing Revenue Bonds (L'Octaine Urban Apartments Project), Series 2003, $4.120MM
Nevada Housing Division, Variable Rate Demand Multi-Unit Housing Revenue Bonds (Sundance Village Apartments Project), Series 2004, $22.385MM
New Hampshire health & Education Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (Androscoggin Valley Hospital Project), Series 2007, $15
New Hampshire Health and Education Facilities Authority, Healthcare Revenue Bonds (Exeter Hospital, Inc. Project), Series 2001B, $18.800MM
New Jersey Building Authority, State Building Revenue Bond, Subseries 2003A-1 through Subseries 2003A-4, $180.875MM
New Jersey Economic Development Authority, Economic Development Revenue Refunding Bonds, 1998A, (Stolthaven Perth Amboy Inc. Project), $25MM
New Jersey Economic Development Authority, Natural Gas Facilities Revenue Bonds (South Jersey Gas Company Project), Series 20
New Jersey Economic Development Authority, NJ, Gas Facility Revenue Bonds (Pivotal Utility Holdings Project), Series 2007, $5
New Jersey Economic Development Authority, Special Facility Revenue Bonds (Port Newark Container Terminal LLC Project), Series 2003, $125MM
New Jersey Economic Development Authority, Taxable Economic Development Bonds,, 1997B, (MSNBC/CNBC Project), $37.5MM
New Jersey Economic Development Authority, Thermal Energy Fac. Revenue Bonds, 1995&1997, (Thermal Energy Limited Partnership I Project), $31MM
New Jersey Economic Development Authority, Thermal Energy Facilities Revenue Bonds (Marina Energy, LLC Project), Series 2001 A & 2001 B (Federally Taxable), $38MM
New Jersey Economic Development Authority, Thermal Energy Facilities Revenue Bonds, (Marina Energy, LLC Project), Series 2006A
New Jersey Economic Development Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Cascade Corporation-Courthourse Convaslescent
New Jersey Economic Development Authority, Variable Rate Demand Senior Care Revenue Bonds, 1998, (Bayshore Health Care Center Project), $17.115MM
New Jersey Economic Develpment Authority, Economic Development Bonds, (Wyckoff Family YMCA, Inc. Project), Series 2003, $8MM
New Jersey Health Care Facilities Financing Authority Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, Meridian Health System Obligated Group Issue, Series 2003-A & Ser. 2003-B, $100MM
New Jersey Health Care Facilities Financing Authority, Revenue Bonds (AHS Hospital Corp. Project), Series 2008B & Series 2008
New Jersey Health Care Financing Authority, Revenue Bonds, (Saint Barnabas Health Care System Issue), Series 2001 A, $41.2MM
New Jersey Health Care Financing Authority, Revenue Bonds, Variable Rate composite ("COMP") Program, Series 2003 A-1 through A-7, $84.7M
New Jersey Health Facilities Financing Authority, Variable Rate Composite Program, Series 2006 A-1 through Series 2006 A-6
New Jersey Turpike Authority, NJ, Turnpike Revenue Bonds, Series 2009A through Series 2009D, $225MM
New York (City of) NY, General Obligation Bonds Fiscal 2012 Series G-3, G-4, G-6 & G-7, $685MM
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 E2 through E4, $300MM
New York (City of) NY, General Obligation Variable Rate Demand Bonds, Fiscal 2006 Subseries I-3 through I-8, $425MM
New York City Housing Development Corporation, Multifamily Mortgage Revenue Bonds, (Bruckner by the Bridge Project), 2008 Series A, $68.5MM
New York City Housing Development Corporation, NY, Multi-Family Rental Housing Revenue Bonds (Balton (The) Project), Series 2009A, $29.750MM
New York City Industrial Development Agency Adjustable Rate Demand Civic Facility Revenue Bonds (MSMC Realty Corporation Project), Series 2001, $16MM
New York City Industrial Development Agency, Civic Facility Revenue Bonds, (2006 Project Samaritan Aids Services, Inc. Project), $11.74MM
New York City Industrial Development Agency, NY, Civic Facility Revenue Bonds (Allen-Stevenson School Project), Series 2003, $24MM
New York City Industrial Development Agency, NY, Civic Facility Revenue Bonds (MMC Corporation Project), Series 2005, $15.265 MM
New York City Industrial Development Agency, NY, Revenue Bonds, (Super-Tek Products, Inc. Project), Series 2004, $5.9MM
New York City Industrial Development Agency, NY, Revenue Bonds, Series 2006A, Series 2006B-1, and Series 2006B-2, $135MM
New York City Industrial Development Agency, NY, Special Revenue Bonds, Adjustable Rate Fiscal 2004 Series B, $30MM
New York City Industrial Development Agency, NY, Variable Rate Demand Civic Facility Refunding and Improvement Revenue Bonds (2005 American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, Inc. Project), $20MM
New York City Industrial Development Agency, NY, Variable Rate Demand Civic Facility Revenue Bonds (Institute for Community Living Inc. Project), Series 2004A & Series 2004B (Federally Taxable), $8.685MM
New York City Industrial Development Agency, NY, Variable Rate Demand Civic Facility Revenue Bonds (New York Psychotherapy &
New York City Industrial Development Agency, Variable Rate Demand Civic Facility Refunding & Improvement Revenue Bonds (All S
New York City Transitional Finance Authority, Future Tax Secured Bonds Fiscal 1998C, $100MM
New York City Trust for Cultiural Resources, NY, Revenue Bonds, (Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation Project), Series 2003, $20MM
New York City Trust for Cultural Res., NY, Revenue Bonds, 2000, (The Asia Society), $25MM
New York City Trust for Cultural Resources, NY, Refunding Revenue Bonds (Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. Project
New York Liberty Development Corporation, Multi-Modal Recovery Zone Bonds, (3 World Trade Center Project) Series 2010A-2 $1.78MM
New York Liberty Development Corporation, NY Multi-Modal Liberty Revenue Refunding Bonds (3 World Trade Center Project), Series 2011B, $11.950MM
New York Liberty Development Corporation, NY Multi-Modal Liberty Revenue Refunding Bonds (World Trade Center - Tower 3-4 Project), Series 2011B, $1.110MM
New York State Dormitory Authority, Revenue Bonds, 1997, (Chapel Oaks, Inc. Project), $14.455MM
New York State Energy Research & Devel. Auth., Electric Fac. Revenue Bonds, 1997A, (Long Island Lighting Company Project.), $24.88MM
New York State Housing Finance Agency Revenue Bonds, (8 East 102nd Street) 2010 Series A & 2010 Series B $143.7MM
New York State Housing Finance Agency, Housing Revenue Bonds (29 Flatbush Avenue Project), Series 2010A, $90MM
New York State Housing Finance Agency, Housing Revenue Bonds (Gateway to New Cassel Project), Series 2006A, $9.500MM
New York State Housing Finance Agency, Housing Revenue Bonds (Hegeman Avenue Residence Project) 2010 Series A, $24.750MM
New York State Housing Finance Agency, Housing Revenue Bonds (Prospect Plaza Apartments Project), Series 2007, $23.300MM
New York State Housing Finance Agency, Housing Revenue Bonds (Remeeder Houses Apartments Project), Series 2007A, $18.900MM
New York State Housing Finance Agency, Housing Revenue Bonds Series 2010 $65MM
New York State Housing Finance Agency, Housing Revenue Bonds, (330 Riverdale Avenue Apartments Project), Series 2008A, $28.7MM
New York State Housing Finance Agency, Multi-Family Housing Revenue Bonds (Admiral Halsey Apartments Project), Series 2007A,
New York State Housing Finance Agency, NY, Housing Revenue Bonds (Baisley Park Gardens Project), Series 2008A, $18.8MM
New York State Housing Finance Agency, NY, Housing Revenue Bonds (West Village Apartments Project) Series 2008A, $9.7MM
Newport Beach (City of) CA, Refunding Revenue Bonds, (Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian), Series 2008D, Series 2008E, and S
Newport News Industrial Development Authority, VA, Revenue Bonds (CNU Warwick LLC Student Apartments Project), Series 2004, $26.9MM
Newton (City of), KS, Variable Rate Demand Hospital Refunding Revenue Bonds (Newton Healthcare Corporation Project), Series 2
NGSP, Inc., Taxable Variable Rate Demand Bonds, Series 2006, $120MM
Norfolk (City of) VA, Variable Rate Parking System Revenue Bonds, Series 2004-A (Taxable), $6.695MM
Norfolk Redevelopment & Housing Authority, VA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (E2F Student Housing I, LLC Project), Series 2005, $32MM
North Carolina Capital Facilities Finance Agency, Revenue Bonds (Elon University Project) Series 2010
North Carolina Capital Facilities Finance Agency, Variable Rate Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Duke School for Childre
North Carolina Capital Facilities Finance Agency, Variable Rate Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Warren Wilson College Project, Series 2006, $15MM
North Carolina Capital Facilities Finance Agency, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Pfeiffer University Project), Series 2006, $17.850MM
North Carolina Capital Facilities Finance Agency, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Charlotte Country Day School Project), Series 2008, $12.165MM
North Carolina Capital Facilities Finance Agency, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (WolfPack Towers Project), Series 2004-A $ 15,855,000 & Series 2004-B (Taxable), $17,685,000
North Carolina Educational Fac. Fin. Agcy., Revenue Bonds, 1997, (Elon College Project), $17.815MM
North Carolina Educational Fac. Fin. Agcy., Revenue Bonds, 1998, (Elon College), $14.5MM
North Carolina Educational Fac. Fin. Agcy., Variable Rate Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds, 1999, (Wingate University), $13.38MM
North Carolina Medical are Comission, NC, Variable Rate Demand Health Care Facilities Revenue Refunding Bonds (Wake Forest University Health Sciences, NC Project), Series 2008A through Series 2008D, $188.640MM
North Carolina Medical Care Comission, Health System Revenue Bonds (Catholic Health East Project), Series 2008, $30.475 MM
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, NC, Hospital Revenue Bonds (CaroMont Health, NC Project), Subserries 2003A & Subseries 2003B, $120MM
North Carolina Medical Care Commission, NC, Variable Rate Demand Hospital Revenue Bonds (Randolph Hospital Project), Series 2
North Texas Higher Education Authority, Inc.
Northampton County Industial Dev Auth, PA, Var. Rt. Dem./Fix. Rt. Revenue Bonds, 1997A,B, (Binney & Smith, Inc. Project), $8.5MM
Northampton County Industial Dev Auth, PA, Variable Rate Demand/Fixed Rate Industrial Development Bonds, 1996, (Dorst America Project)
Northampton County Industial Dev Auth, PA, Variable Rate Demand/Fixed Rate Revenue Bonds, 1997A&B, (Ungerer and Company Project)
Oakland Joint Powers Financing Authority, Revenue Bonds (Fruitvale Transit Village), Series 2001A & 2001B, $25.7MM
Ohio Air Quality Development Authority Pollution Control, Revenue Refunding Bonds (FirstEnergy Generation Corp.) Ser. 2009B $50MM
Ohio Air Quality Development Authority Variable Rate Demand Bonds (AK Steel Corporation Project), Tax-Exempt Series 2004-A & 2004-B (Taxable), $62MM
Ohio Higher Educational Facility Commission, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Marietta College Project), Series 2004, $24.98MM
Ohio Higher Educational Facility Commission, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Ohio Dominican University Project), Series 2007, $
Ohio Higher Educational Facility, OH, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Otterbein College, OH Project), Series 2008B
Ohio Higher Educational Facility, Revenue Bonds (Ohio Northern University Project), Series 2008A
Ohio State Higher Educational Facility, Revenue Bonds, (Ohio Northern University Project), Series 2008B
Ohio Water Development Authority Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds (FirstEnergy Nuclear Generation Corp.) Series 2010C $46.5MM
Ohio Water Development Authority, Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds, (FirstEnergy Generation Corp. Project), Series 2006-A (Non-AMT), $90.140MM
Olathe (City of) KS, Variable Rate Demand Recreational Facilities Revenue Bonds (YMCA of Greater Kansas City Project), Series 2002B, $8.0M
Olathe (City of) KS, Variable Rate Demand Senior Living Facilities Revenue Bonds (Cedar Lake Village, Inc. Project), Series 2004, $11MM
Oneida County Industrial Development Agency, NY, Multi-Mode Variable Rate Civic Facility Revenue Bonds, (Mohawk Valley Community College Dormitory Corporation Project), Series 2004A & Series 2004B (Taxable)
Oneida County Industrial Development Agency, Variable Rate Demand Civic Facility Revenue Bonds, (Faxton-St. Luke's Healthcare Project), Series 2006-E & Series 2006-F (Taxable)
Orange County School Board, FL, Certificates of Participation, Series 2008C, $47.875MM
Orlando-Orange Co. Expressway Authority, FL, Variable Rate Bonds, Series 2003-C & 2003-D, $500MM
Osceola (City of) AR, Solid Waste Disposal Revenue Bonds (Plum Point Energy Associates, LLC Project), Series 2006, $100MM
Parma (City of) OH, Economic Development Revenue Bonds (PRL Corporation Project), Series 2006B, $9.14MM
Parma (City of) OH, Ohio Hospital Revenue Bonds, Parma Community General Hospital Association (The) Project), Series 2006-A & 2006-C
Pasco County School Board, FL, Certificates of Participation, Series 2008C, $74.345MM
Pennsylvania Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Multi-Modal Revenue Bonds (Drexel University Project), Series 2002-B, $42,140,000
Pennsylvania Higher Educational Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds (Composite Issue Project), Series 2002 K1 & 2002 K2, $16.900MM
Philadelphia (City of) PA, Gas Enterprise, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, Fifth Series A-2 (1998 General Ordinance), $30MM
Philadelphia (City of) PA, Gas Works Revenue Refunding Bonds, Eighth Series B, C, D, & E (1998 General Ordinance)
Philadelphia (City of) PA, Water and Wastewater Revenue Refunding Bonds, Variable Rate Series 2005B
Philadelphia Authority for Ind. Dev., PA, Variable/Fixed Rate Federally Taxable Economic Development Bonds, 1995, (Mothers Work, Inc. Project), $4MM
Philadelphia Authority for Industrial Development, PA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Philadelphia Protest Home Projec),
Philadelphia Authority for Industrial Development, PA, Variable Rate Demand/Fixed Rate Revenue Bonds (Franklin Institute (The) Project), Series 2006, $14.0 MM
Philadelphia Authority for Industrial Development, Variable Rate Healthcare Revenue Bonds (Greater Philadelphia Health Action
Phoenix Industrial Development Authority, AZ, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, 2000, (Desert Botanical Garden Project), $16.3MM
Pierce (County of) WA, Economic Devel. Corp., Var. Rate Demand Special Revenue Bds, 1997A, (Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Co. Project), $25.255MM
Pike County Development Authority, GA, Industrial Development Revenue Bonds (Southern Mills, Inc. Project), Series 2003, $4MM
Pinellas County Housing Finance Authority, Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds, (Bayside Court Project) Series 2011, $10.250MM
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority, PA, (Variable Rate Demand) First Lien Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2008B-1 & Series 2008B-2, $145.495MM
Portage County Board of County Hospital Trustees, Ohio, Hospital Revenue Bonds, (Robinson Memorial Hospital), Series 2008, $4
Provence LLC, Taxable Variable Rate Demand Bonds (Provence, LLC Project), Series 2007, $3.5MM
Public Building Authority of the City of Clarksville, TN, Adjustable Rate Pooled Financing Revenue Bonds (Tennessee Municipal Bond Fund) Series 2009 $40MM
Puerto Rico (Commonwealth of) PR, Public Improvement Refunding, Series 2003C-4 & Series 2005C-5, $280MM
Quincy (City of) Adams County, IL, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Refunding Bonds (Blessing Hospital Project), Series 2008, $22MM
Quincy (City of) IL, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Blessing Hospital, IL Project), Series 2004, $15MM
Racetrac Capital, LLC, Taxable Variable Rate Demand Bonds, 2000, $40MM
Ramsey County Housing & Redevelopment Authority, MN, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Gateway Apartments Limited Partnership Project), Series 2003A, $38.690MM
RBC Municipal Products Inc. (Mni. Deriv.) Custody Reciepts, Series 2010-I-33
RBC Municipal Products Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Receipts, Series 2010-E16 Rel to Allegheny Cnty Hospital Dev. Auth. University of Pittsburgh Medical Cntr. Rev. Bds., Subseries 2007-B2 & 2008 Notes due 4/15/2039 & 12/1/2036
RBC Municipal Products Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Receipts, Series 2012-E32
RBC Municipal Products Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Reciepts, Series 2010-E19
RBC Municipal Products Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Reciepts, Series 2011-E18
RBC Municipal Products Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Reciepts, Series 2011-E21
RBC Municipal Products Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Reciepts, Series 2011-E28
RBC Municipal Products Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Reciepts, Series 2011-E29
RBC Municipal Products Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Reciepts, Series 2011-E30
RBC Municipal Products Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Reciepts, Series 2011-E31
RBC Municipal Products, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Trust Receipts, Series 2008-L23 (Rel. to Michigan Higher Education Student Loan A
RBC Municipal Products, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Trust Receipts, Series 2008-L24 (Rel. to Michigan Higher Education Student Loan A
RBC Municipal Products, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Trust Receipts, Series 2008-L25 (Rel. to Michigan Higher Education Student Loan A
RBC Municipal Products, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Trust Receipts, Series 2008-L26 (Rel. to Michigan Student Loan Authority, Student
RBC Municipal Products, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Trust Receipts, Series 2008-L29 (Rel. to Michigan Higher Education Student Loan A
RBC Municipal Products, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Trust Receipts, Series 2008-L31 (Rel. to Michigan Higher Education Student Loan A
RBC Municipal Products, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Trust Receipts, Series 2008-L32 (Rel. to Michigan Higher Education Student Loan A
RBC Municipal Products, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Trust Receipts, Series 2008-L33 (Rel. to Michigan Higher Education Student Loan A
RBC Municipal Products, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Trust Receipts, Series 2008-L34 (Rel. to Michigan Higher Education Student Loan A
RBC Municipal Products, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Trust Receipts, Series 2008-L35 (Rel. to Higher Education Student Assistance Auth
RBC Municipal Products, Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Trust Receipts, Series 2008-L36 (Rel. to Higher Education Student Assistance Auth
RBC Municipal Prouducts Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Custody Receipts, Series 2010-E14 (Rel. to City of Houston, Texas, Combined Utility System First Lien Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2010B, due 5/15/2034.)
Reno (City of) NV, Tax-Exempt Capital Improvement Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2005A, $
Rhode Island Health & Educational Building Corporation, Hospital Financing Revenue Bonds (Care New England Project), Series 2
Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corporation, Higher Education Facility Revenue Refunding Bonds (Rhode Island Sch
Richmond (City of) KY, Industrial Building Revenue Bonds, 1995, (MIKRON Project)
Richmond County Development Authority, GA, Revenue Bonds (MCG Health Inc. Project), Series 2008A, $85MM
Richmond County Development Authority, GA, Revenue Bonds (MCG Health Inc. Project), Series 2008B, $50MM
Riverfront Development Corporation of DE, Variable Rt. Bonds, 1997, (Amtrak Project), $6.19MM
Riverside (County of) CA, Certificates of Participation (2009 Public Safety Communication & Woodcrest Library Projects Refunding Project), Series 2009, $45.755MM
Roanoke Rapids (City of) NC, Music & Entertainment Distrist Special Revenue Bonds, Series 2007 (Taxable), $21.5MM
Robbinsdale (City of) MN, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Copperfield Hill Project), Series 2004-A & Series 2004-B (Taxable), $5.005MM
Robbinsdale (City of) MN, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Copperfield Hill Project), Series 2004-C & Series 2004-D (Taxable), $8.615MM
Robeson (County of) NC, Ind. Fac. & P.C.F.A., Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, 1999, (Rempac Foam Corporation Project), $4.5MM
Rural Electric Cooperative Gr. Tr. (KEPCO), Trust Certificates, 1997, (Kansas Electric Power Cooperative, Inc.)
Russell (County of) Kentucky, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Bon Secours Health System,VA Project), Series 2002B
Sacramento (City of) CA, Housing Authority, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Phoenix Park II Apartments Project), 2004 Issue F, $23.470MM
Sacramento (City of) CA, Housing Authority, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Sierra Sunrise Senior Apartments Project), Series 2004-D, $6.941MM
Sacramento (City of) CA, Housing Authority, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds, 2000G, (Greenfair Apartments),, $12.6MM
Sacramento (County of) CA, Taxable Pension Funding, Series 1995B & Series 1995C, $15MM
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 Municipal Utility District, CA, Subordinated Electric Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2008J & Series 2008K, $198MM
Saint James (Parish of) LA, Revenue Bonds (NuStar Logistics, LP Project) Series 2010B, $85MM
Saint Paul Housing & Redevelopment Authority, MN, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Minnesota Public Radio Project), Series 2002, $10MM
Salem (City of) OH, Adjustable Rate Demand Hospital Facilities Revenue Refunding and Improvement Bonds (Salem Community Hospital Project), Series 2005, $37MM
Salem Hospital Facility Authority, OR, Variable Rate Demand Revenue and Refunding Bonds (Capital Manor, Inc. Project), Series 2004, $28.880MM
Salem Hospital Facility Authority, OR, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Capital Manor, Inc. Project), Series 2006
San Antonio (City of) TX, Higher Educational Facilities Corporation, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (St. Anthony Catholic High School Project), Series 2003-A & Series 2003-B (Taxable), $5,185,000
San Antonio City, Texas Education Facilities Corporation, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (University of the Incarnate Word Project), Series 2001, $9MM
San Bernardino (County of) CA, Certificates of Participation (2008 Refunding Program) Series A and Taxable Series B, $91.835M
San Bernardino (County of) CA, Flood Control District Judgment Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2008, $37.390MM
San Diego (County of) CA, Variable Rate Demand Certificates of Participation (Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Project), Serie 2005, $24.500MM
San Francisco (City & County of) CA, Redevelopment Agency, Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds, (Mission Creek Senior Community Project), Series 2003-B, $23MM
San Francisco (City & County of) CA, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Carter Terrace Apartments Project), Series 2002-B, $17MM
San Francisco (City & County of) CA, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds, 2000B, (8th and Howard Family Apartments Project), $11.75MM
San Francisco (City & County) Redevelopment Agency, CA, Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds, (Namiki Apartments L.P. Project), Series 2001 C, $5.9MM
San Francisco (City and County of) Finance Corporation, Lease Revenue Refunding Bonds (Moscone Center Expansion Project), Ser
San Francisco City & County Redevelopment Community Facilities District 4, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Mission Bay North Public Improvements Project), Series 2002-North, $23.440MM
San Franciso (City & County of) Redevelopment Agency, CA, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Derek Silva Community Project), Series 2002-D, 11.65MM
San Franciso (City & County of) Redevelopment Agency, CA, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Leland Polk Senior Community Project), Series 2002-A, $7.965MM
San Gabriel Health Facilities Development Corporation, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (YMCA of Greater Williamson County Project), Series 2005, $7.1MM
San Jose (City of) CA, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Brookwood Terrace Family Apartments), Series 2009B-2 $5.445MM
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 Housing Authority, CA, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Houisng Revenue Bonds (Fountains (The) Project), Series 2003-A, $3.5MM
Santa Maria Joint Union High School District, Variable Rate Demand Certificates of Participation, Series 2004-A, $27.4MM
Schenectady (City of) Industrial Dev. Agy., Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, 1995A, (Fortitech Holding Corp. Project), $3.2MM
School District of Philadelphia, General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2010F, $150MM
Seattle (Port of) Washington, Sub. Lien Revenue Bonds, 1997, $108.22MM
Seattle Housing Authority, WA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, 1996, (CHHIP/HRG PRojects), $6.42MM
Sevier County Public Building Authority, TN, Local Government Public Improvement Bonds (Revenue Program V), Series V-D-1, $22.2MM
Shawnee (City of) KS, Taxable Activity Revenue Bonds, 1997, (Airsys ATM, Inc. Project), $12MM
Shelby County Health, Educational & Housing Facilities Board, TN, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Trezevant Manor Project
Shelby County Health, Educational & Housing Facility Board, TN, Revenue Bonds (Hutchison School (The) Project), Series 2005, $20MM
Sheridan Redevelopment Agency, Variable Rate Increment Revenue Bonds (South Santa Fe Drive Corridor Redevelopment Project), T
Sheridan Redevelopment Agency, Variable Rate Tax Increment Refunding Revenue Bond, (South Santa Fe Drive Corridor Redevelopment Project) Series 2011 A-1 and Series 2011 A-2, $74.075MM
Snohomish County Housing Authority, WA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Autumn Chase Apartments Project), Series 2005, $12.425MM
Snohomish County Housing Authority, WA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Olympic View & Sound View Apartments Project), Se
South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Auth, Econ. Dev. Revenue Bonds, 1997, (Chambers Richland County Landfill, Inc. Project), $10MM
South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority, Economic Development Revenue Bonds (Ashley Hall Project), Series 2007, $20MM
South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority, Economic Development Revenue Bonds, (Bon Secours Health System, Inc. Proj
South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority, Economic Development Revenue Bonds, (Young Men's Christian Association of Columbia, S.C. Project), Series 2006, $12MM
South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority, SC, Economic Development Revenue Refunding Bonds (Bon Secours Health Systems, Inc. Project), Series 2008D, $30.32MM
South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority, Student Housing Revenue Bonds (South Carolina State University Housing, L
South Carolina Jobs-Economics Development Authority, Economic Development Revenue Bonds (John Ancrum SPCA Project), Series 20
South Fulton Municipal Regional Water & Sewer Authority, Variable Rate Demand Water Revenue Bonds, Series 2007
Southern California Public Power Authority, Power Project Revenue Bonds, (Palo Verde Project), Subordinate Refunding, Series
St Paul & Ramsey County, MN, Housing & Redevelopment Authority, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (St. Paul Leased Housing Associates I, Limited Partnership Project), Series 2002-A & 2002-B (Taxable), $33, 630,000
St. Anthony (City of) MN, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (The Landings at Silver Lake Village), Series 2004-A & 2004-B (Taxable), $33.360M
St. Anthony (City of) MN, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Refunding Bonds (Landings at Silver Lake Village (
St. Charles County Public Water Supply District No. 2, Variable Rate Demand Tax-Exempt Certificates of Participation, Series 2005A, $33.0 MM
St. Clair (County of) IL, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (McKendree College, IL Project), Series 2004, $6.470MM
St. James (Parish of) LA, Revenue Bonds, (NuStar Logistics, L.P. Project) Series 2010A, $50MM
St. James (Parish of), LA, Revenue Bonds (NuStar Logistics, L.P. Project) Series 2008
St. Johns County Industrial Development Authority, Taxable Variable Rate Demand First Mortgage Revenue Bonds (Presbyterian Retirement Communities Project), Series 2004-B, $12MM
St. Louis (City of) MO, Parking Commission Finance Corporation, Tax-Exempt Parking Revenue Bonds, (Cupples Garage Project), Series 2003-A, $6.73MM
St. Paul & Ramsey County, Minnesota Housing and Redevelopment, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds, (St. Paul Leased Housing Associates I, Limited Partnership, Project), Series 2003, $11.705MM
St. Paul (City of) MN, Port Authority, Variable Rate District Cooling Revenue Bonds (District Energy St. Paul, Inc. Project), Series 2009-13 Ser. FF, $4.080MM
St. Paul (City of) MN, Port Authority, Variable Rate District Heating Revenue (and Refunding) Bonds, 2009-5 Series O, 2009-6 Series P (Taxable), 2009-7 Series Q and 2009 Series R, $27.525MM
St. Paul (City of) MN, Variable Rate District Heating Revenue Bonds (District Energy St. Paul, Inc. Project), 2009-14 Ser. S, $4.665MM
St. Paul (City of) Port Authority, District Cooling Revenue (and Refunding) Bonds, 2009-9 Series BB, 2009-10 Series CC (Taxable), 2009-11 Series DD, 2009-12 Series EE (AMT)
St. Paul Housing & Redevelopment Auth., MN, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Bridgecreek Senior Place, Limited Partnership Project), Series 2004-A, $10.750MM
St. Paul Housing & Redevelopment Authority, MN, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (St. Paul Leased Associates I, L.P Project), Series 2005-A & Series 2005-B (Taxable), $5.705MM
St. Paul Housing & Redevelopment Authority, MN, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds(Allina Health System, MN Project), Series 2009B-1, Series 200-B-2 & Series 2009C, $164.52M
St. Paul Housing and Redevelopment Authority, MN, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Gateway Apartments Limited Partnership Project), Series 2006-A & Taxable Series 2006-B, $5.020MM
St. Paul's Episcopal Church of Indianapolis, IN, Variable Rate Demand Bonds, Series 2008 (Taxable), $9.10MM
Stafford County & Staunton Industrial Development Authority, VA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (VML/VACO Direct Loan Pro
Stafford County Staunton Industrial Development Authority, VA, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (VML/VACo Commercial Paper Program), Series 2005-A & Series 2005-B (Taxable), $25MM
State of Ohio Higher Educational Facility Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Marietta College, OH Project), Series 2007
Stockton (City of) CA, Variable Rate Demand Health Facility Revenue Bonds (Dameron Hospital Association Project), Series 2002-A, $15MM
Sunshine State Governmental Financing Commission Multimodal Revenue Bonds, Series 2011B and Series 2011C (Miami-Dade County Program)
Sunshine State Governmental Financing Commission, FL, Revenue Bonds (Miami Dade County) Series 2010A-B $225.9MM
Sweetwater (County of) WY, Wyoming Customized Purchase Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds (PacifiCorp Project), Series 1988A & Series 1988B, $61.50MM
Sweetwater (County of) WY, Wyoming Customized Purchase Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds (PacifiCorp Project), Series 1990A, $70.00MM
Sweetwater (County of) WY, Wyoming Customized Purchase Pollution Control Revenue Refunding Bonds (PacifiCorp Project), Series 1995, $24.40MM
Tacoma (Port of) WA, Subordinate Lien Revenue Bonds, Series 2008B
Tarrant (County of) TX, Health Fac Devel Corp, Adjustable Rate Revenue Bonds, 1998, (Carter BloodCare Project), $13.5MM
Tarrant County Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation, Variable Rate Revenue Refunding Bonds (CHRISTUS Health Project) Series 2008C-1 through 2008C-5, $268.56MM
Tempe (City of) AZ, Industrial Development Authority, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (ASUF Brickyard, LLC Project), Series 2004-A (Tax-Exempt) & Series 2004-B (Taxable), $34.405MM
Tenderfoot Seasonal Housing, LLC, Taxable Housing Facilities Revenue Notes, 2000A,B, $11.585MM
Texas City, TX, Industrial Development Corporation (Del Papa Realty Holding, LP Project) Series 2011 $20.6 MM
The General Secretariat of the Organization of American States, Taxable Variable Rate Demand Notes, Series 2001A, $4.68MM
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
Tompkins County Industrial Development Agency, Variable Rate Demand Civic Facility Revenue Bonds (Ithacare Center Service Com
Torrance (City of) CA, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds, (Torrance Memorial Medical Center Project) Series 2010B and Series 2010C, $100MM
Trust for Cultural Resources of the County of Onondaga, NY, Revenue Bonds (Syracuse University Project) Series 2010A $75.525MM
Tuscaloosa (County of) AL, Industrial Development Authority, Gulf Opportunity Zone Bonds (Hunt Refining Company Project), Series 2008C $50MM
Tuscaloosa (County of) AL, Industrial Development Authority, Gulf Opportunity Zone Bonds, (Hunt Refining Company Project), Se
Tyler (City of) TX, Health Fac. Devel. Corp., Hosp. Revenue Bonds, 1997B, (Mother Frances Hospital Project.)
Union (County of) NC, Variable Rate Enterprise Systems Revenue Bonds, Series 2009, $20MM
Union County Industrial Facilities & Pollution Control Financing Authority, NC, Tax-Exempt Adjustable Mode Industrial Develop
University of Illinois, System Revenue Bonds, 1997B
University of South Florida Finance Corporation, FL, Certificate of Participation (USFFC College of Medicine Health Facilitie
University of South Florida Financing Corporation, Certificates of Participation (USFFC College of Medicine Health Facilities Project Lease Program), Series 2006 A1 & Series 2006 A2, $47.315MM
University of South Florida Research Foundation, Incorporated, Variable Rate Demand Bonds, (Interdisciplinary Research Building Project), Series 2004-A & Series 2004-B (Taxable), Taxable Series 2004C
University of Southern Indiana, Student Fee Bonds, G, $4.7MM
Utah Transit Authority, Subordinated Sales Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2006A & Series 2006B, $175MM
Utah Transit Authority, Subordinated Sales Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2011A and Series 2011B
Venango Industrial Development Authority, PA, Variable Rate Res. Recovery Revenue Bonds Series 1993A
Venice (City of ) Florida, Variable Rate Health Care Revenue Bonds, (Bon Secours Health System, VA Project), Series 2002B
Virginia Beach (City of) Development Authority, VA, Educational Facilities Revenue & Refunding Bonds (Virginia Wesleyan Colle
Virginia Small Business Financing Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue and Refunding Bonds (Virginia State University Real
Virginia Small Business Financing Authority, Variable Rate Tax Exempt Revenue and Refunding Bonds, (Childrens Hospital of the Kings Daughters Project), Series 2006
Wamego (City of) KS, Pollution Control Refunding Revenue Bonds, 1996, (UtiliCorp United Inc. Project), $7.3MM
Warren (County of) KY, Student Housing Revenue Bonds, 2000, (WKU Student Life Foundation, Inc. Project), $65.455MM
Warren (County of), KY, Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (WKU Student Life Foundation, Inc. Project) Series 2008, $26MM
Warrick (County of) IN, Adjustable Rate Pollution Control Revenue Bonds, (Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company Project), 1985 Series A, $9.775MM
Washington County Industrial Development Authority (The), Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, (Bay Gas Storage Company, Ltd
Washington County/ St. George Interlocal Agency, Utah, Variable Rate Lease Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2007
Washington Health Care Facilities Authority Revenue Bonds (Swedish Health Services) Series 2011B & 2011C $175MM
Washington Health Care Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds, (Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center Project), Series
Washington Health Care Facilities Authority, Revenue Bonds, 1998, (Central Washington Comprehensive Mental Health, Yakima), $4.7MM
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 (MultiCare Health System, WA, Project), Series 2007 C & Series
Washington State Housing Finance Commission, Variable Rate and Refunding Bonds, (YMCA of Snohomish County Project), Series 20
Washington State Housing Finance Commission, Variable Rate Demand Non Profit Revenue Bonds , 2000, (University Preparatory Academy Project), $7MM
Washington State Housing Finance Commission, Variable Rate Demand Nonprofit Housing Revenue Bonds, 1996, (Nikkei Manor Project)
Washington State Housing Finance Commission, Variable Rate Demand Nonprofit Revenue Bonds (Seattle County School Project), Series 2006, $13MM
Washington State Housing Finance Commission, Variable Rate Demand Nonprofit Revenue Bonds (The Bush School Project), Series 2006, $24MM
Washington State Housing Finance Commission, Variable Rate Demand Nonprofit Revenue Bonds, ( Gonzaga Preparatory School Project), Series 2003, $7.5MM
Washington State Housing Finance Commission, WA, Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Merrill Gardens at K
Washington State Housing Finance Commission, WA, Variable Rate Demand nonprofit Revenue & Refunding (YMCA of Greater Seattle
Waycross & Ware County Development Authority, GA, Industrial Development Revenue Bonds (Rich Products Corporation Project), S
West Virginia Hospital Finance Authority, Hospital Refunding Revenue Bonds (West Virginia United Health System Obligated Grou
Westchester (County of ) Industrial Development Agency, Variable Rate Demand Civic Facility Revenue Bonds, (Young Womens Christian Association of White Plains and Central Westchester Civic Facility Project), Series 2003, $4.615MM
Westchester Cnty. Industrial Devel. Agy., NY, Civic Facility Revenue Bonds, 1998, (1998 Westchester Jewish Community Services, Inc. Project), $3.45MM
Westchester County Industrial Development Agency, NY, Variable Rate Demand Civic Facility Revenue Bonds (Masters School (The) Project), Series 2002, $17.625MM
Wilkins (Township of) PA, Variable Rate Revenue Refunding Bonds, B, (Fairview Extended Care Services, Inc. Issue)
Wisconsin Health & Educational Fac. Authority, Adjustable Rate Put Option Revenue Bonds, (Mequon Jewish Campus, Inc. Project), Series 2003, $20MM
Wisconsin Health & Educational Facilities Authority Adjustable Rate Revenue Bonds (Beloit College Project), Series 2010B, $30MM
Wisconsin Health & Educational Facilities Authority, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Indian Community School of Milwauk
Wisconsin Health & Educational Facilities Authority, Adjustable Rate Put Option Revenue Bonds (Three Pillars Senior Living Communities Project), Series 2004-B, $7.500MM
Wisconsin Health & Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Jewish Home and Care Center, Inc. Project), Series 2006, $15MM
Wisconsin Health & Educational Facilities Authority, WI, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Felican Servies, Inc. Project),
Wisconsin Health & Educational Facilities, Authority, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Indian Community School of Milwa
Wisconsin Health & Educational Facility Authority, Multimodal Educational Facility Revenue Bonds (Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, Inc. Project), Series 2004, $10.285MM
Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (16th Street Community Health Center, Inc. Project) Series 2006, $6.685MM
Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Benevolent Corporation Cedar Co
Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (St. Norbert College, Inc. Proje
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 (Felician Services, Inc. Project),
Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc. Project), Series 2005, $10MM
Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Refunding Bonds (Concordia University Wisconsin Project), Series 2009, $18.97MM
Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Refunding Bonds, (Lawrence University, WI Project), Series 2009, $29.81MM
Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities, Authority, Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, (Valley Packaging Industries, Inc. Project), Series 2005, $5.945MM
Yakima County Public Corporation, WA, Variable Rate Demand Industrial Revenue Bonds, 1998, (Cowiche Growers Project), $4MM
Yamhill (County of) OR, Tax-Exempt Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (George Fox University Project), Series 2005-A & 2005-B (Federally Taxable), $28.400MM
Yavapai County Industrial Development Authority, AZ, Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds (Skanon Investments, Inc. Project), Series 2010, $40MM
Yonkers Industrial Development Agency, NY, Multi-Modal Civic Facility Revenue Bonds (Consumers Union of the United States, Inc. Project), Series 2005, $47.300MM
Yuma City Industrial Development Authority, AZ, Hospital Revenue Refunding Bonds (Yuma Regional Medical Center Project) Series 2008
Rating Action:

Moody's downgrades US muni obligations backed by banks and securities firms with global capital markets operations

Global Credit Research - 22 Jun 2012

Approximately $45 billion of debt affected

New York, June 22, 2012 -- Moody's Investors Service has downgraded a total of 1,675 US public finance obligations with ratings that are based in whole or in part on support provided by one or more of the 15 banks and securities firms with global capital markets operations that were downgraded yesterday. Such support includes letters of credit (LOCs), standby bond purchase agreements, and other liquidity facilities.

On June 21 Moody's announced conclusion of its reviews for downgrade of 15 banks and securities firms with global capital markets operations. Please use the link provided below to access Moody's announcement of these rating actions.

Link to press release dated June 21, 2012 announcing downgrades of banks and securities firms with global capital markets operations:

http://www.moodys.com/research/Moodys-downgrades-firms-with-global-capital-markets-operations--PR_248989

In connection with the rating actions referenced above, Moody's has taken the rating actions detailed below.

Obligations rated based solely on support from banks and securities firms with global capital markets operations

Moody's has downgraded ratings of 1,163 US public finance sector obligations that are rated based solely on support (in the form of letters of credit and similar support facilities) provided by banks and securities firms affected by the credit actions referenced above. These actions include downgrades of both the long-term and short-term ratings of 415 obligations, downgrades of the long-term ratings only of 687 obligations and downgrades of the short-term ratings only of 44 obligations that do not have long-term ratings. In addition, Moody's confirmed the LOC backed short-term ratings of 2 US municipal obligations that were previously under review for downgrade in connection with Moody's reviews of the banks and securities firms affected by the actions referenced above.

Details of these rating actions are included in the lists of affected obligations accessible through the links below which are an integral part of this press release.

Link to list of affected issues supported by LOCs provided by 14 banks and securities firms with global capital markets operations:

http://www.moodys.com/viewresearchdoc.aspx?docid=PBC_143371

Link to list of affected issues supported by letters of credit provided by Bank of America:

http://www.moodys.com/viewresearchdoc.aspx?docid=PBC_143370

Link to list of affected Custodial Receipts:

http://www.moodys.com/viewresearchdoc.aspx?docid=PBC_143372

The principal methodology used in these ratings is Moody's Methodology for Rating U.S. Public Finance Transactions Based on the Credit Substitution Approach published in August 2009. Please see the Credit Policy page on www.moodys.com for a copy of this methodology.

These ratings will change up or down whenever the rating of the applicable support provider moves up or down.

Obligations rated based on liquidity support from banks and securities firms with global capital markets operations

Moody's has also downgraded the short-term ratings of 152 US municipal obligations whose short-term ratings are based on standby bond purchase agreements and similar 3rd party support facilities ("liquidity facilities") provided by banks and securities firms affected by the credit actions referenced above. In addition, Moody's confirmed the ratings of 3 US municipal obligations whose short-term ratings are based on liquidity facilities that were previously under review for downgrade in connection with Moody's reviews of the banks and securities firms.

The short-term ratings discussed in this announcement are based primarily on the short-term ratings of the entity providing liquidity support. Because credit events relating to the underlying obligor can result in termination of liquidity facilities without investors having the opportunity to tender their bonds, the short-term ratings based on 3rd party liquidity support also reflect the credit of the underlying obligor or obligation.

Details of these rating actions are included in the list of affected obligations accessible through the link below which is an integral part of this press release.

Link to list of Affected Issues Supported by Standby Bond Purchase Agreements:

http://www.moodys.com/viewresearchdoc.aspx?docid=PBC_143373

The principal methodology used in these ratings is Moody's Methodology for Rating Variable Rate Instruments Supported by Third-Party Liquidity Providers published November 2006. Please see the Credit Policy page on www.moodys.com for a copy of this methodology.

These ratings will change up or down whenever the short-term rating of the entity providing liquidity support moves up or down. In addition, they may move down when the rating of the underlying obligor moves down.

Tender option bonds with liquidity support from banks and securities firms with global capital markets operations

Moody's has also downgraded the short-term ratings of 137 series' of tender option bonds ("TOBs") supported by 3rd party liquidity facilities provided by banks and securities firms affected by the credit actions referenced above. In addition, Moody's downgraded the long-term ratings of 40 Series' TOBs where the underlying asset is a custodial receipt that is rated based on support provided by a bank or securities firm listed in the announcement referenced above.

These ratings are based primarily on the short-term ratings of the entity providing liquidity support. Because credit events relating to the asset underlying the TOB can result in termination of liquidity facilities without investors having the opportunity to tender their bonds, short-term ratings based on 3rd party liquidity support also reflect the credit of the underlying asset.

Details of these rating actions are included in the list of affected obligations accessible through the link below which is an integral part of this press release.

List of affected Tender Option Bonds:

http://www.moodys.com/viewresearchdoc.aspx?docid=PBC_143375

The principal methodology used in these ratings is Moody's Methodology for Rating Variable Rate Instruments Supported by Third-Party Liquidity Providers published November 2006 and Moody's Rating Methodology for Tender Option Bonds published September 2005. Please see the Credit Policy page on www.moodys.com for copies of these methodologies.

These ratings will change up or down whenever the short-term rating of the bank providing liquidity support moves up or down. In addition, they may move down if the rating of the underlying asset moves up or down.

Obligations supported by letters of credit and rated based on a joint default analysis

In connection with the downgrades of banks and securities firms with global capital markets operations referenced above, Moody's has downgraded the ratings of 223 LOC supported U.S. public finance sector obligations the long-term ratings of which are based on a joint default analysis ("JDA"). These actions include downgrades of both the long-term and short-term ratings of 41 obligations, the long-term ratings only of 43 obligations and the short-term rating only of 139 obligations.

Details of these rating actions are included in the list of affected obligations accessible through the link below which is an integral part of this press release.

Link to list of affected transactions the long-term ratings of which are based on a joint default analysis:

http://www.moodys.com/viewresearchdoc.aspx?docid=PBC_143367

The long-term JDA rating on each of these debts reflects Moody's approach to rating jointly supported transactions and takes into account (i) the long-term rating of the applicable bank as letter of credit provider, (ii) the underlying rating assigned to the applicable obligation, and (iii) the default dependence between the support provider and borrower. Short-term ratings of these obligations are based solely upon the short-term rating of the applicable bank as provider of the letter of credit.

What Could Change the Ratings-Down

Long-term JDA ratings: The long-term rating for each transaction could be downgraded if the long-term rating of the applicable support provider or the long-term rating of the underlying obligation is downgraded or if there is an increase in the default dependence between the applicable borrower and the support provider.

Short-term ratings: The short-term rating on the applicable transaction will be downgraded if the short-term rating of the applicable support provider is downgraded.

What Could Change the Ratings-Up

Long-term JDA ratings: The long-term rating for the applicable transaction could be upgraded if the long-term rating on the applicable support provider or the long-term rating of the underlying bonds is upgraded or (if the default dependence is greater than low) there is a decrease in the default dependence between the applicable borrower and the support provider.

Short-term ratings: The short-term rating on the applicable transaction will be upgraded if the short-term rating of the applicable support provider is upgraded.

The principal methodologies used in these ratings are Applying Global Joint Default Analysis to Letter of Credit Backed Transactions in the US Public Finance Sector published in October of 2010 and Moody's Methodology for rating US Public Finance Transactions Based on the Credit Substitution Approach published in August 2010. Please see the Credit Policy page on www.moodys.com for copies of these methodologies.

REGULATORY DISCLOSURES

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