The Waupaca County Board of Supervisors this morning gave unanimous approval for the sale of 24.1 million dollars in general obligation bonds, for the building of a new county highway facility. The board’s approval followed a report from Finance Director Heidi Dombrowski, in which Eilers and Associates said the financing for the bond sale “is great news for the county”. Dombrowksi says there were seven bidders on the bond issue, with the low bid from J.P. Morgan Securities of New York, with an interest rate of 3.22 percent. The note is a 20 year issue, with re-financing available after the first 10 years. The new highway facility is being constructed just southeast of Waupaca, off County Highway “A” in the Town of Lind.