DALLAS — A fast-growing school district in the northern suburbs of Dallas is taking its case for general obligation bonds to voters on Nov. 3 for the third time in a year.

The Wylie Independent School District, located in southern Collin County, 24 miles northeast of downtown Dallas, is seeking voter approval on $77 million of GO bonds at the November election, after larger proposals were defeated in November 2008 and May of this year.

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