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County looks at debt options

An analysis of Ellis County’s outstanding debt shows the county could save money in the long run by bidding for a lower interest rate.
During a regularly scheduled meeting of the Ellis County Commissioners’ Court on Monday, Jim Sabonis of First Southwest Company presented an analysis of potential savings relating to the county’s outstanding general obligation bonds.

“It is part of our responsibility to monitor your debt on an ongoing basis,” Sabonis said. “I am pleased to tell you that your debt is very cost effectively funded.”

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