DALLAS — College Station is bringing two tranches of general obligation debt worth about $34.6 million to the competitive market tomorrow, in part to start funding a new convention center.

The central Texas town, which is home to Texas A&M University and its 48,000 students, will offer $31.3 million of certificates of obligation and $3.3 million of general obligation improvement bonds. Both tranches are structured as serials maturing in 2010 through 2029. Insurance will be at bidder’s option.

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