DALLAS - The Dallas County Hospital District will not issue for at least a year any of the $747 million of voter-authorized bonds that will finance most of a $1.27 billion project to replace county-owned Parkland Hospital.

Chief financial officer John Dragovits told trustees of the Parkland Health and Hospital System on Tuesday that current market conditions would not allow the district to obtain the 4.5% interest rate on the bonds used in developing the financial plan for the hospital replacement effort.

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