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Yukon official consider selling $5.3M in bonds

The City of Yukon is about to get a little deeper in debt, but officials say the end results will be worth it. The city council took the first steps Monday to sell about $5.5 million in bonds to help pay for the city’s costs related to several capital improvement projects, including the relocation of…

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City, union ink pact for firefighters

Yukon firefighters will receive a 3 percent pay increase as a result of a contract approved Tuesday by the Yukon City Council. The two-year agreement with the International Association of Firefighters Local 2055 represents fiscal years 2018-19, City Manager Jim Crosby said. The contract includes a one-time 3 percent pay hike for firefighters, but also…

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Yukon council OKs $10M bond issue

Work can begin in earnest on several key capital projects in Yukon now that the city has approved a $10 million bond issue. Officials with BOK Finanical Securities attended Tuesday’s city council meeting to announce bids for the bond issue. BB&T had the best interest rate at 2.56 percent, and the issue can be repaid…

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Yukon officials look to bonds to fund capital projects

Several capital improvement projects are expected to take a big step forward next month when officials with BOK Financial Services return to the Yukon City Council with bids to sell $10 million in bonds. The money will be used to help fund the construction of several projects, including three major road projects, said City Manager…

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