Note that the amount of bonds can fluctuate considerably from year to year. This tends to be the result of
a few cities paying off or issuing large amounts of bonds. For example, between 1997 and 1998 three large cities (Bloomington, Minneapolis,
and St. Paul) accounted for virtually all of the $92 million reduction. In 2010, two cities (Minneapolis and Bemidji) accounted for over $100 million of the reduction from 2009.