By ANDREA LANNOM
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — As the state prepares to put up for sale about $800 million in general obligation bonds for larger projects of the Roads to Prosperity program, Gov. Jim Justice announced the creation of a bond sale and an investor relations site.
Found at investorrelations.wv.gov, the governor said the bonds carry a strong rating by Moody’s S&P Global Ratings and Fitch Ratings and have maturities ranging from one to 25 years.
Among the information housed on the site is a list of West Virginia bond offerings, the state’s credit ratings and a step-by-step process to purchasing West Virginia bonds.
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