DALLAS — Amid slowing growth, the north Dallas suburb of Frisco is preparing to issue nearly $123 million of general obligation refunding bonds to achieve net present-value interest cost savings of about 5%.

The new issue, expected to price Friday, will refund bonds and certificates of obligation issued in 2001 and 2003. The final maturity of the bonds will be the same as the refunded debt.

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