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San Benito Consolidated Independent School District, Texas; School State Program Aug 08
Standard & Poors, August 2008
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services raised its issuer credit rating (ICR) on San Benito Consolidated Independent School District, Texas' existing general obligation (GO) debt to 'A' from 'A-' due to the district's economic growth and limited capital needs. Standard & Poor's also assigned its 'AAA' enhanced standard long-term rating and 'A' ICR to the district's $37 million series 2008 unlimited-tax GO school building bonds. The enhanced rating reflects the security of the Texas Permanent School Fund Guarantee. The SPUR reflects the district's: Consistent property tax base expansion; Strong reserve levels; and Receipt of strong state support for operations and debt service. Mitigating factors include the district's: Low wealth and income indicators; High unemployment rate; and Moderate overall net debt burden....
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Action: New Rating
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San Benito Cons Indpt Sch Dist