WASHINGTON — Baltimore County on Tuesday expects to competitively sell $371 million of general obligation bonds plus $20 million of qualified school construction bonds.

The transaction, which represents the county’s annual new-money offering to the muni market, comes as the county’s residents next week will vote on a $284.9 million bond referendum, its largest to date, according to the county.

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