Baton Rouge Mayor-President Melvin “Kip” Holden will ask the combined parish-city government’s Metro Council to set a November election on a bond package similar to a $989 million proposal narrowly rejected by voters last year.

Holden said he will ask the council to call an election for Nov. 14. He declined to outline any changes in the original list of projects to be financed by the bonds.

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