DALLAS - The Arlington Independent School District will ask voters this November for $197.5 million of general obligation bonds, the Texas district's first new-money request in 10 years.

Trustees met in an unusual Sunday meeting to set the bond election for Nov. 3. The district has not asked voters for GO bonds since early 1999, when $261.7 million of debt was authorized.

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