DALLAS - Now that a new financial management team has completed long-delayed audits, Fort Worth is coming back to market this week with the competitive sale of $141.8 million in general obligation debt.

The rapidly growing city plans to offer $85.2 million of general purpose refunding and improvement bonds and nearly $55.6 million of combination tax and limited-surplus revenue certificates of obligation today.

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