Orange Co. gov't officials use bonds to save money

Government officials in Orange County are using bonds to save the county more than $1 million. The county recently refinanced savings bonds from the last

NYACK - Government officials in Orange County are using bonds to save the county more than $1 million. The county recently refinanced savings bonds from the last 10 years, and the savings totaled as much as $1.7 million. Orange County Executive Ed Diana says the bonds will help taxpayers save money, due to the county government having less debt to pay off.

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