DALLAS — Voters in North Richland Hills, Texas, will decide May 12 on $48 million of general obligation bonds to build a new municipal complex in the Fort Worth suburb.

The City Council voted Monday night to set the election. It accepted recommendations from a 26-member citizens task force to relocate and consolidate city offices now located in six buildings. The proposed 180,000-square-foot facility would be built on the site of a shuttered shopping mall.

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