DALLAS — Dallas may come to market in March with a delayed general obligation bond package, backed up by a new $350 million commercial paper program that will provide temporary construction financing for city bond projects.

The City Council will decide Wednesday on a proposal developed by chief financial officer David Cook and others for a $164.5 million negotiated bond sale, rather than the scheduled $314.5 million issue.

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