DALLAS - Opponents of a plan to build a city-financed, privately operated hotel in downtown Dallas submitted petitions Thursday seeking a referendum on the project.

The city hopes to issue revenue bonds in January for a 1,000-room hotel adjacent to the Dallas Convention Center, but the opponents are asking for an election in May on whether the city should be involved in the hotel project.

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