Sandy even interfered with the Philadelphia School District's huge bond sale.
The district had been scheduled to go to the financial markets Tuesday to sell $300 million in bonds to bridge its operating deficit. Because the markets were closed Tuesday, the district will put the bonds on the market this coming Tuesday instead.
The change was announced during a special School Reform Commission meeting that had been scheduled Wednesday morning for the commission to vote on the deal. An abbreviated session was adjourned until the following Wednesday, when the commission is scheduled to convene at noon to vote on the sale.