CHICAGO — After years of planning and local front-page headlines, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, will hit the market next week with $346 million of tax-exempt and taxable debt that will tap two federal stimulus bond programs to help finance a new convention center and medical supply mart in downtown ­Cleveland.

The deal is set for a Dec. 1 pricing. It is the county’s largest bond sale in at least 10 years and marks the first and only financing planned for the new facility.

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