DALLAS - In Texas, trustees of the Austin Independent School District decided to move forward with a $343.7 million bond election for the May ballot, while the board of the Comal Independent School District put off a decision on a possible $210 million bond referendum until it can gather more information.

The Austin ballot most likely will include three propositions. Last month, a citizens' bond committee recommended a $233.4 million referendum, but the trustees felt the electorate should also decide on a performing arts center for the district.

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