RECENT BOND & NOTE TRANSACTIONS

  • 02/18/21 — Tinton Falls Board of Ed. — $2,495,000 Refunding School Bonds — NIC 0.9532%
  • 02/10/21 — Upper Pittsgrove Board of Ed. — $3,543,000 School Bonds — NIC 1.7315%
  • 02/04/21 — Township of Lawrence (Cumberland) — $795,000 Bond Anticipation Note — NIC 0.5710%
  • 01/28/21 — Borough of Carteret — $6,697,467 Bond Anticipation Note — NIC 0.372%
  • 01/22/21 — Borough of West Wildwood — $2,310,000 Bond Anticipation Note — NIC 0.4506%
  • 12/23/20 — Township of Berkeley Heights — $4,980,000 Notes — NIC 0.426%
  • 12/22/20 — Township of West Orange — $7,876,277 Special Emergency Note (Federally Taxable) — NIC 0.424%
  • 12/17/20 — Princeton — $23,230,000 General Improvement Bonds — TIC 1.0186%
  • 12/17/20 — Township of South Orange Village — $4,687,000 Bond Anticipation Note — NIC 0.475%
  • 12/17/20 — Sayreville Board of Ed. — $8,140,000 SESO Refunding Bonds — NIC 1.686%
  • 12/15/20 — Township of West Orange — $9,608,441 Notes — NIC 0.4969%
  • 12/10/20 — Township of Springfield — $1,710,000 Bond Anticipation Note — NIC .590%
  • 12/03/20 — Township of Verona — $160,000 Special Emergency Note — NIC 0.960%
  • 12/03/20 — Township of East Windsor — $11,550,000 General Improvement Bonds — TIC 1.2277%
  • 11/28/20 — City of Vineland — $9,650,000 General Improvement Bonds — TIC 1.4583192%

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McManimon, Scotland & Baumann believes it is time to change and we are committing to do our part.

In recent weeks we have borne witness to the brutal murder of Ahmaud Arbery, the discriminatory systemic failure that resulted in the tragic death of Breonna Taylor and the horrific video footage of the murder of George Floyd. Similarly, we have witnessed unjustified calls to police clearly intended to threaten African Americans enjoying life’s basic pleasures: children selling lemonade, dog walking, jogging, swimming, cookouts in public parks…bird watching. The killings of, and intentional threats against, Black men, women and children participating in the simple joys of everyday life are only the most recent in a long legacy of discrimination that has been a central and ever-present theme of the Black Experience.

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