DALLAS — In a holiday-shortened week, Dallas plans to offer investors $236 million of highly rated water and sewer bonds as the city continues to reduce spending amid continuing economic weakness.

The 30-year, fixed-rate bonds could include up to $170 million to retire commercial paper and refund $115 million in existing revenue bond debt. Pricing is expected on Thursday. JPMorgan will act as book-runner on the deal.

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