DALLAS — The Arlington City Council decided to push back a $82.4 million bond question to the November ballot instead of May to coincide with the presidential election and allow for more time to review the list of potential projects.

A recommendation on the bond package by a citizen’s bond committee was approved by the Arlington planning and zoning commission in November. But some of the projects identified by the committee weren’t what some of the city staff had in mind.

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