Arlington County will bring $111.2 million of general obligation public improvement bonds to market in a competitive sale June 3.

Proceeds will finance various public improvement projects, said county chief financial officer Mark Schwartz. About $27 million will go to water pollution control plant upgrades, 51 million will go to schools, $9 million will go to Metrorail, and the remainder will finance other projects, Schwartz said.

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