Details for NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS BY COLORADO HEALTH FACILITIES AUTHORITY FOR COMMONSPIRIT HEALTH AND ITS AFFILIATES

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS BY COLORADO HEALTH FACILITIES AUTHORITY FOR COMMONSPIRIT HEALTH AND ITS AFFILIATES Notice is hereby given that the Nebraska Investment Finance Authority (the "Authority") will hold a public hearing at 9:30 A.M. on June 20, 2019 in the Authority's Board Room at 1230 "O" Street, Suite 200, Lincoln, Nebraska, at which time any person may be heard regarding the issuance of the Bonds and the financing of the projects described herein. The Authority will consider the approval, for purposes of Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, of the proposed issuance of certain tax-exempt bonds, in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $4,200,000,000 (the "Bonds") by the Colorado Health Facilities Authority ("COHFA"), pursuant to the Colorado Health Facilities Authority Act, Colorado Revised Statutes, Title 25, Article 25, Section 101 et. seq. as amended, and the Supplemental Public Securities Act, Colorado Revised Statutes, Title 11, Article 57, Section 201 et. seq., as amended. A portion of the Bonds, up to $1,137,800,000, will be used to finance or refinance certain projects located within the state of Nebraska (the "Nebraska Projects"), which are owned and/or operated by Alegent Creighton Health; Alegent Creighton Clinic; CHI Nebraska; Alegent Health-Bergan Mercy Health System; Alegent Health - Immanuel Medical Center; Nebraska Heart Hospital; Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center; Saint Francis Medical Center; Good Samaritan Hospital, Kearney, Nebraska; St. Mary's Community Hospital; The Physician Network and Alegent Health - Memorial Hospital, Schuyler; and/or their subsidiaries or affiliates (collectively, the "Nebraska Affiliates"). COHFA has previously issued bonds for the benefit of Catholic Health Initiatives, a Colorado nonprofit corporation ("CHI") and the Nebraska Affiliates. Effective February 1, 2019, CHI and Dignity Health, a California nonprofit public benefit corporation, aligned their respective health care ministries to create a single, Catholic, nonprofit health system known as CommonSpirit Health (the "System"). The proceeds of the Bonds are expected to be used by the System to (a) finance, refinance, pay, or reimburse the costs of the Nebraska Projects and the other projects described herein; (b) refinance or acquisition finance the Existing Debt described herein, which financed the Nebraska Projects and the other projects described herein; (c) pay certain expenses incurred in connection with the issuance of Bonds; and (d) fund a debt service reserve fund for all or any portion of the Bonds. The "Existing Debt" consists of all or a portion of: (a) COHFA's Revenue Bonds (Catholic Health Initiatives) Series 2006A, 2008C-2 and C-4, 2008D-1, D-2 and D-3, 2009A, 2009B-1 and B-3, 2011A, 2011C, 2013A, 2013C, 2015B, and 2017B and COHFA's 2015-1 and 2015-2 Loans (Catholic Health Initiatives); (b) the City of Breckenridge, Minnesota's Revenue Bonds (Catholic Health Initiatives) Series 2004A; (c) the County of Montgomery Ohio's Revenue Bonds (Catholic Health Initiatives) Series 2004A, 2008D-1 and D-2, 2009A and 2009B; (d) the Hospital Authority of Umatilla County, Oregon's Revenue Bonds (Catholic Health Initiatives) Series 2004A; (e) County of Wood, Ohio Lease Obligations Series 2012 (St. Clare Commons); and (f) certain outstanding taxable commercial paper allocable to the refinancing of the: (1) Brazos County Health Facilities Development Corporation Franciscan Services Corporation Obligated Group Revenue Bonds, Series 2008 issued for the benefit of St. Joseph Regional Health Center; (2) Lufkin Health Facilities Development Corporation Health System Revenue Bonds (Memorial Health System of East Texas) Series 2007; (3) Brazoria County Health Facilities Development Corporation Hospital Revenue and Refunding Bonds (Brazosport Regional Health System) Series 2012; and (4) COHFA's Hospital Revenue Refunding Bonds (Longmont United Hospital Project) Series 2006B. The Nebraska Projects are owned or operated by CommonSpirit Health (formerly known as Catholic Health Initiatives) ("CSH") or the Nebraska Affiliates. The Nebraska Projects consist of the financing or refinancing in the amounts no greater than those listed below of the costs of the acquisition, construction, renovation and installation of certain additions and improvements to and equipment in the amounts and at the healthcare facilities described below (including the related land, parking garages, office buildings, clinics, warehouses and other buildings located on the campuses identified below): CHI Health St. Mary's (Nebraska City): Up to $50,000,000 at the campus, which is generally bordered by Grundman Boulevard to the north, S. 63rd St to the west, Hwy 75 to the south and Bus 75 to the east and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 1301 Grundman Blvd, Nebraska City, and including, but not limited to, a 110,000 (approximate) square foot replacement hospital on the campus; CHI Health Saint Francis Medical Center (Grand Island): Up to $115,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by Faidley Ave to the south, Orleans Dr to the west, 10th Street to the north and Howard Ave to the east, and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 2620 W. Faidley Ave and 705 North Orleans Dr, all in Grand Island; Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center (Lincoln): Up to $100,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered on the east by 70th St, on the north by L St and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 555 S. 70th St, Lincoln; and at the following clinic or administrative locations operated by Saint Elizabeth in Lincoln: up to $1,000,000 at 7121 Stephanie Ln; up to $500,000 at each of: 6850 "L" St; 575 S. 70th St, Ste. 440; 7001 A St Ste 200; 1601 N. 86th St, Ste 200; and 1240 Aries Dr, Ste A; 5000 N 26th St; and 7441 "O" St; and up to $100,000 at each of: 245 S. 84th St; 8055 "O" St., Ste. 200; 1000 West "O" St.; 2200 S. 40th St, Ste 104; 6930 "L" St; and 4501 S. 70th St; CHI Health Nebraska Heart Hospital (Lincoln): Up to $35,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by 91st St to the south west, Heritage Lakes Dr to the north and Andermatt Dr to the east and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 7500 S. 91st St, Lincoln; CHI Health Good Samaritan Hospital (Kearney): Up to $168,000,000 at the campus, which is generally bordered by 31st St to the south, 33rd St to the north, 2nd Ave on the west and Avenue A on the east and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 10 E. 31st St, Kearney; and up to $100,000 at Richard H. Young located at 1755 Prairie View Pl, Kearney; CHI Health Creighton University Medical Center - Bergan Mercy (Omaha): Up to $330,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by 78th St, Mercy Road, and 75th street (running north and south), and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 7500 Mercy Road, Omaha; CHI Health Immanuel (Omaha): Up to $155,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered on the west by N. 72nd St, on the south by Sorensen Pkwy, the east by N. 68th Plaza and the north by a private road (Deaconness Dr) and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 6901 N. 7nd St, Omaha; CHI Health Lakeside (Omaha): Up to $95,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by Lakeside Hills Ct to the north and northeast and Lakeside Hills Plaza to the west, south and south east and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 16901-16909 Lakeside Hills Ct and 17030 Lakeside Hills Plaza, Omaha; CHI Health Midlands (Papillion): Up to $60,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by 84th St/S. Washington St, to the west, Morris Miller Blvd to the north, and owned access roads to the east and south and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 11111 S. 84th St, Papillion; CHI Health Schuyler (Schuyler): Up to $2,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by 18th St to the north,17th St to the south, Banner St to the west and Hwy 15 to the east and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 104 W. 17th St, Schuyler; CHI Health Clinic (Omaha): Up to $10,000,000 at the campus located at 42nd & L, 4220 L St, Omaha; St. Francis Memorial Health Center (Grand Island): Up to $10,000,000 at the campus located at 2116 West Faidley Avenue, Grand Island; CHI Health Plainview (Plainview): Up to $500,000 at the campus located at 704 N. 3rd St, Plainview; Nebraska City Medical (Nebraska City): Up to $500,000 at the campus located at 1700 14th St., Nebraska City; CHI Health Creighton University Medical Center - University Campus (Omaha): Up to $500,000 at the campus located at 2412 Cuming St, Omaha; Saline Medical Specialties (Crete): Up to $100,000 at the campus located at 969 E. Highway 33, Crete; and St Mary's Community Hospital (Nebraska City): Up to $1,000,000 at the campus located at 1314 Third Ave, Nebraska City. The remainder of the proceeds of the Bonds is expected to be used to finance, refinance, pay, or reimburse the costs of the additional projects in other jurisdictions, described below: Colorado Projects The projects in Colorado to be financed or refinanced by the Bonds (collectively, the "Colorado Projects") are owned or operated by CSH, Catholic Health Initiatives Colorado, Centura Health Corporation, CHI Living Communities, Longmont United Hospital, and/or or their subsidiaries or affiliates. The Colorado Projects consist of the financing or refinancing in the amounts no greater than those listed below of the costs of the acquisition, construction, renovation and installation of certain additions and improvements to and equipment and at the healthcare facilities described below (including the related land, parking garages, office buildings, clinics, warehouses and other buildings located on the campuses identified below), all in Colorado: Penrose Hospital (Colorado Springs): Up to $138,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by E. Jackson St. on the north, E. Madison St on the south, N. Nevada on the east and N. Cascade Ave on the west and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 2222, 2313 and 2202 N. Nevada Ave, Colorado Springs; St. Francis Medical Center (Colorado Springs): Up to $410,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by E. Woodman Rd on the north, Sisters Grove on the east and south and N. Powers Blvd on the west and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 6001 and 6011 E. Woodman Rd, Colorado Springs; St. Anthony Hospital (Lakewood): Up to $415,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by W. 2nd Pl on the north, Routt St on the east and Healing Way on the west and south and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 11600, 11650, 11700 and 11750 W. 2nd Pl, Lakewood; Mercy Regional Medical Center (Durango): Up to $110,000,000 at the campus, which is located at 1010 Three Springs Blvd, Durango; St. Anthony North Health (Westminster) Up to $145,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by W. 144th Ave on the north, I25 on the east, Orchard Pkwy on the west and vacant land on the south, and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 14300 Orchard Pkwy, and 400-500 W. 144th Ave, Westminster; St. Anthony Summit Medical Center (Frisco): Up to $78,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by Peak One Dr on the north (which lies south of Hwy 9) and the Blue River Bikeway on the east, west and south and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 340 and 350 Peak One Dr, Frisco; St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center (Pueblo): Up to $112,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by Lakeview Ave on the north, E. Orman Ave on the east, Minnequa Ave on the south and Lake Ave on the west and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 1008 Minnequa Ave, Pueblo; St. Thomas More Hospital (Canon City): Up to $37,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by Phay Ave on the north, 15th Street on the east, a residential area on the south and Yale Place on the west, and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 1338 Phay Avenue, Canon City; Longmont United Hospital (Longmont): Up to $50,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by Mountain View Ave to the south, Stuart Street to the west, 14th Ave to the north and Tulip St to the east and is identified by various addresses, including but not limited to 1950 Mountain View Ave, Longmont; 84th Avenue Neighborhood Health Center (Westminster) Up to $40,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by N Bryant St. and vacant land to the west of N Bryant St. on the west, W 84th Ave. on the south, Alcott St. and vacant land to the east and Alcott St. and vacant land to the north, and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 2551 W. 84th Ave and 8510 N. Bryan St, Westminster; Up to $50,000 at each of St. Anthony Copper Mountain Medical Clinic, 860 Copper Rd, Copper Mountain; St. Anthony Breckenridge Community Clinic Emergency Center, 555 S. Park Ave, Plaza II, Breckenridge; and St. Anthony Keystone Clinic, 1252 Co Rd 8, Keystone; Up to $3,000,000 at Namaste Alzheimer's Center, 2 Penrose Blvd, Colorado Springs; and Up to $5,000,000 at the Meridian Building, 11045 East Lansing Circle, Englewood. Iowa Projects The projects in Iowa to be financed or refinanced by the Bonds (collectively, the "Iowa Projects") are owned or operated by CSH; CHI Living Communities; St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, Centerville, Iowa; Alegent Health - Community Memorial Hospital of Missouri Valley, Iowa; Alegent Health - Mercy Hospital, Corning, Iowa; and/or or their subsidiaries or affiliates. The Iowa Projects consist of the financing or refinancing in the amounts no greater than those listed below of the costs of the acquisition, construction, renovation and installation of certain additions and improvements to and equipment in the amounts and at the healthcare facilities described below (including the related land, parking garages, office buildings, clinics, warehouses and other buildings located on the campuses identified below), all in Iowa: CHI Health Mercy Council Bluffs (Council Bluffs): Up to $50,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered on the west and north by Harmony St, the south by East Kanesville Blvd, and the east by N Broadway St and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 800 Mercy Rd, Council Bluffs; CHI Health Mercy Corning (Corning): Up to $15,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by 8th St to the north and Rosary Dr to the east and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 603 Rosary Dr, Corning; CHI Health Missouri Valley (Missouri Valley): Up to $5,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by Maple St to the north, N. 8th St to the east, E. Linn St to the south and N. 6th St to the West and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to, 631 N. 8th St, Missouri Valley; and Up to $1,000,000 at Bishop Drumm located at 5837 Winwood Dr, Johnston. Kansas Projects The projects in Kansas to be financed or refinanced by the Bonds (collectively, the "Kansas Projects") are owned or operated by CSH, St. Catherine Hospital or their subsidiaries and affiliates and consist of the financing or refinancing up to $70,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, renovation, remodeling and equipping of the St. Catherine Hospital campus, bordered generally by E. Walnut St on the north, N. 4th St on the east, E. Spruce St. on the south and N. 6th St on the west and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 401 E. Spruce St, Garden City, Kansas. Minnesota Projects The projects in Minnesota to be financed or refinanced by the Bonds (collectively, the "Minnesota Projects") are owned or operated by CSH, St. Francis Home, St. Francis Medical Center, Alverna Apartments, St. Joseph's Area Health Services, Unity Family Healthcare, and/or their affiliates or subsidiaries. The Minnesota Projects consist of the financing or refinancing in the amounts no greater than those listed below of the costs of the acquisition, construction, renovation and installation of certain additions and improvements to and equipment in the amounts and at the healthcare facilities described below (including the related land, parking garages, office buildings, clinics, warehouses and other buildings located on the campuses identified below), all in Minnesota: Unity Family Healthcare dba CHI St. Gabriel's Health (Little Falls): Up to $40,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by Third St SE to the east, First St SE to the west, Seventh Ave SE to the north and Eighth Ave SE to the south, and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to, 811 and 815 Second Street SE, and 808 Third Street SE, all in Little Falls; Up to $100,000 at Alverna Apartments, 300 8th Ave SE, Little Falls; CHI St. Joseph's Health (Park Rapids): Up to $20,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by Pleasant Ave S to the east, a residential alley to the west, 6th Street W to the north and 8th Street W to the south, and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 600 Pleasant Ave S, Park Rapids; and CHI St Francis Health and St. Francis Home (Breckenridge): Up to $40,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by Hwy 75 to the west and Cty Rd 16 to the north, and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 2400 St Francis Dr, Breckenridge. Ohio Projects The projects in Ohio to be financed or refinanced by the Bonds (collectively, the "Ohio Projects") are owned or operated by CSH, Samaritan Health Partners, TriHealth, Inc., or The Good Samaritan Hospital of Cincinnati, Ohio, St. Clare Commons, and/or their subsidiaries or affiliates. The Ohio Projects consist of the financing or refinancing in the amounts no greater than those listed below of the costs of the acquisition, construction, renovation and installation of certain additions and improvements to and equipment in the amounts and at the healthcare facilities described below (including the related land, parking garages, office buildings, clinics, warehouses and other buildings located on the campuses identified below), all located in Ohio: Good Samaritan Hospital (Cincinnati): Up to $180,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered by Dixmyth Ave to the north, Clifton Ave to the east and an access driveway to the south and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 375 Dixmyth Ave and 3219 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati; Good Samaritan Western Ridge (Cincinnati): Up to $2,000,000 at the ambulatory care center, which is located at 6949 Good Samaritan Dr, Cincinnati; and Up to $35,000,000 at St. Clare Commons, 12469 Five Points Rd, Perrysburg. Oregon Projects The projects in Oregon to be financed or refinanced by the Bonds (collectively, the "Oregon Projects") are owned or operated by CSH, Mercy Medical Center, Inc., CHI Living Communities, Centennial Medical Group, Inc., St. Anthony Hospital; and/or their subsidiaries or affiliates. The Oregon Projects consist of the financing or refinancing in the amounts no greater than those listed below of the costs of the acquisition, construction, renovation and installation of certain additions and improvements to and equipment in the amounts and at the healthcare facilities described below (including the related land, parking garages, office buildings, clinics, warehouses and other buildings located on the campuses identified below), all located in Oregon: St. Anthony Hospital (Pendleton): Up to $85,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by St. Anthony Way to the south, SW Perkins Ave to the north, SW 24th to the east, Pendleton-John Day 395 Hwy "Southgate" to the west, and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 2801 St. Anthony Way & 3001 St. Anthony Way, all in Pendleton; Mercy Medical Center (Roseburg): Up to $65,000,000 at the campus which is generally bordered by Van Pelt Boulevard and Linus Lane to the North, Van Pelt Boulevard and Medical Park Drive to the West, Emergency Access Road to the east, and Stewart Parkway to the South, including hospital, land, clinics and medical offices buildings and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to, 2700, 28800, 2300, 2400, 2475, 2480 and 2460 Stewart Parkway, 272, 320, 340, 341, 201, 277, 171 Medical Loop Road, and 2405, 2508 and 2580 Medical Park Drive; and Up to $10,000,000 at Linus Oaks, located at 2665 NW Van Pelt Blvd, Roseburg. Texas Projects The projects in Texas to be financed or refinanced by the Bonds (collectively, the "Texas Projects") are owned, operated, or managed by CSH, CHI St. Luke's Health System Corporation, Baylor St. Luke's Health Ventures, Baylor St. Luke's Medical Group, East Texas Clinical Services, Memorial Health System of East Texas, Memorial Hospital of Polk County, Memorial Medical Center - San Augustine, Memorial Multispecialty Associates, Pineywoods Medical Development Corporation, The Community Hospital of Brazosport, Brazosport Regional Physician Services, CHI St. Luke's Baylor College of Medicine Medical Center, The Texas Heart Institute at St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital, St. Luke's Community Development Corporation-The Woodlands, St. Luke's Community Development Corporation-Sugar Land; St. Luke's Community Health Services, St. Luke's Properties Corporation, St. Joseph Services Corporation, St. Joseph Regional Health Center, St. Joseph Physician Associates, St. Joseph Regional Health Partners, and/or one or more of their subsidiaries or affiliates. The Texas Projects consist of the financing or refinancing in the amounts no greater than those listed below of the costs of the acquisition, construction, renovation and installation of certain additions and improvements to and equipment in the amounts and at the healthcare facilities described below (including the related land, parking garages, office buildings, clinics, warehouses and other buildings located on the campuses identified below), all located in Texas: CHI St Luke's Health - The Woodlands (The Woodlands): Up to $150,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by I-45 on the east, College Park/242 to the north and St. Luke's Way to the west/south and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 17200 St Luke's Way, The Woodlands; CHI St Luke's Health -Sugar Land Hospital (Sugar Land): Up to $110,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by Lake Pointe Pkwy to the west, Creekway Dr to the north and Oyster Creek to the east, and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 1317 Lake Pointe Pkwy in Sugar Land; CHI St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital (Bryan): Up to $45,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by the 2500/2600 block of E. 29th St to the north, 2700 block of Kent St to the south, 1400 block of Memorial Dr to the east, 2200/2300 block of E. Villa Maria to the west, and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 2801 Franciscan Dr, 2600 Osler Blvd, 2700 Koch St, and De Lee St, all in Bryan; CHI St Joseph Health (College Station): Up to $5,000,000 at CHI St Joseph Health Express Care, 4421 Hwy 6 South, College Station; and up to $15,000,000 at CHI St Joseph Health College Station Emergency Center, 4411 Hwy 6 South, College Station; Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center (Houston): Up to $375,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by Cambridge St to the east, Old Spanish Trail to the south, West Rd to the west, and Butler Ave to the north, and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 7200 Cambridge St and 1977 Butler Ave, all in Houston; CHI St. Luke's Health - Memorial (Lufkin): Up to $65,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by West Frank Ave to the north, Ellis Ave to the south, South Franklin St to the west and North Bynum to the east and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 1201 W. Frank Ave, Lufkin; CHI St. Luke's Health - Memorial Livingston (Livingston): Up to $75,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by US-59 Loop N and West Park Road to the north and south and is identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 1717 Hwy 59 Bypass, Livingston; CHI St. Luke's Health Memorial San Augustine (San Augustine): Up to $5,000,000 at the campus, bordered generally by Hospital St E to the south, High School Dr to the north, Rocky Dr to the west, Milam St to the east and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 511 East Hospital St, San Augustine; and CHI St. Luke's Health Brazosport (Brazosport): Up to $20,000,000 at the campus, which is bordered generally by Canna Ln to the south, Oak Dr South to the north, Medical Dr to the east and 92 Lake Rd to the west and identified by various addresses including, but not limited to 208, 215-217 Oak Drive South, 100-140 Medical Drive, 194 Abner Jackson Pkwy and 200 Lake Road, all in Lake Jackson. The System reserves the right to allocate and reallocate the proceeds of the Bonds to any of the locations set forth in this notice, notwithstanding the dollar amounts set forth herein. The Bonds will be the limited obligations of COHFA, payable solely from the revenues pledged therefor. The Bonds will not constitute an indebtedness or charge against the general credit of COHFA, the Authority or the States of Nebraska or Colorado. The full faith and credit of the States of Nebraska or Colorado or any political subdivision thereof will not be pledged to the payment of the Bonds. The Authority will not issue the Bonds, nor will the Authority or the State of Nebraska have any liability with respect to the Bonds or the sale or offering thereof. The Authority will consider the information obtained at the public hearing and take appropriate action that it may deem warranted, including submission of a transcript of the hearing to the Secretary of State, the designated elected official who must approve or disapprove pursuant to Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. All interested persons are invited to attend and to present comments at the public hearing (or, prior to the time of the hearing, submit written comments to the Authority at the address below) concerning the issuance of the Bonds and the purposes therefor. Persons requiring an accommodation consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act are asked to contact Sheila Gans at the Authority at (402) 434-3900 at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting. For additional information, contact Christie Weston, Deputy Director, Nebraska Investment Finance Authority at (402) 434-3900. This notice is intended to comply with the public notice requirements of Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. Christie Weston Deputy Director Nebraska Investment Finance Authority 200 Commerce Court 1230 "O" Street Lincoln, NE 68508 9

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