DALLAS - The Northwest Independent School District in Texas is coming to market next week with the final tranche of debt from a 2005 bond package, as it prepares to start its next wave of construction to house an enrollment expected to double in the next five years.

The suburban Fort Worth district plans to offer about $57.2 million of unlimited-tax school building and refunding bonds Tuesday through a negotiated sale led by RBC Capital Markets. Morgan Keegan & Co. and Southwest Securities Inc. are co-managers.

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