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State of Ohio Proposed Bond Sale Schedule

As of October 2020 (Subject to Change)

Sale Date Issuer Purpose Par Amount Sale Method
August 4, 2020 TOS Capital Facilities Lease-Appropriation Bonds, Series 2020A (Parks and Recreation Improvement Fund) – Tax-Exempt, Fixed Rate $56,300,000 Negotiated
Capital Facilities Lease-Appropriation Refunding Bonds, Series 2020D (Administrative Building Fund) – Federally Taxable, Fixed Rate $58,960,000
August 11, 2020 TOS Capital Facilities Lease-Appropriation Bonds, Series 2020B (Parks and Recreation Improvement Fund) – Tax-Exempt, Variable Rate $57,000,000 Negotiated
September 1, 2020 OHFA Residential Mortgage Revenue Bonds, 2020 Series B $125,000,000 Negotiated
September 15, 2020 TOS Capital Facilities Lease-Appropriation Bonds, Series 2020A (Cultural and Sports Facilities Building Fund Projects) – Tax Exempt, Fixed Rate $44,000,000 Negotiated
Capital Facilities Lease-Appropriation Refunding Bonds, Series 2020A (Juvenile Corrections Building Fund) - Tax Exempt, Fixed Rate $5,350,000
October 1, 2020 OWDA WPCLF Revenue Bonds $250,000,000 Negotiated
December 8, 2020 OPFC General Obligation Bonds, Series 2020C (Infrastructure Improvement) – Tax-Exempt, Fixed Rate $175,000,000 Negotiated
General Obligation Bonds, Series 2020B (Conservation Projects) – Tax-Exempt, Fixed Rate $50,000,000
General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2020C (Conservation Projects) – Tax-Exempt, Fixed Rate $17,360,000

Issuer Acronyms/Abbreviations:
OHFA - Ohio Housing Finance Agency
OPFC - Ohio Public Facilities Commission
OTIC - Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission
OWDA - Ohio Water Development Authority
PUST - Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Release Compensation Board
TOS - Treasurer of State

Official Statements

Below is a table containing links to PDFs of the most recent Final Official Statements for the State's bonds, categorized by security and source of funding.

General Obligation, General Revenue Funds

Higher Education, Common Schools, Coal Development, , Conservation Projects, Infrastructure Improvement, Job Ready Site Development, Natural, Resources, Third Frontier Research and Development, and Veterans Compensation

$780 million in Refunding Bonds; Federally Taxable Series 2020A for Common Schools, Higher Education, and Infrastructure Improvement Projects, and Tax-Exempt Series 2020B for Common Schools, Higher Education, and Infrastructure Improvement (General Obligation)

Dated Date: June 22, 2020

General Obligation, Highway User Receipts

Highway Capital Improvements

$68,045,000 TOS General Obligation Highway Capital Improvement Bonds, Series W

Dated Date: June 4, 2020

Special Obligation, General Revenue Funds

Cultural and Sports Capital Facilities, Mental Health Capital Facilities, Parks and Recreation Capital Facilities, State Facilities (Administrative Building Projects), State Facilities (Adult Correctional Building Projects), and State Facilities (Juvenile Correctional Building Projects)

$49,500,000 in Cultural and Sports Facilities Bonds Series 2020A and Juvenile Corrections Refunding Bonds Series 2020A (Special Obligation)

$57,000,000 TOS Capital Facilities Lease-Appropriation Variable Rate Bonds, Series 2020B (Parks and Recreation Improvement Fund Projects)

Dated Date: September 24, 2020

Special Obligation, Highway User Receipts

Capital Facilities (Transportation Building Fund Projects)

$86,490,000 Capital Facilities Lease-Appropriation Bonds, Series 2018A (Transportation Building Fund Projects) 

Dated Date: February 21, 2018

Federal Transportation Grants, State Highway Infrastructure (GARVEE)

Major New State Infrastructure Project (GARVEE)

$180 million Major New State Infrastructure Project Revenue Bonds, Series 2019-1 (GARVEE) 

Dated Date: December 4, 2019

State Credit Enhancement, General Revenue Funds

Two-year Community and Technical Colleges

$13,000,000 Columbus State Community College, General Receipts Bonds, Series 2018A 

Dated Date: June 6, 2018

Older Statements

Older state official statements are available on the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) website in the Electronic Municipal Market Access (EMMA) database. In addition, OBM has engaged Digital Assurance Certification, LLC (DAC) to serve as the state's primary Disclosure Disseminating Agent. The DAC website also gives investors access to the state's official statements and state disclosure.

Electronic Municipal Market Access (www.emma.msrb.org) 
Digital Assurance Certification, LLC (www.dacbond.com)