Hillsborough County voters last week overwhelmingly approved the sale of up to $200 million of general obligation bonds to continue financing their Environmental Land Acquisition and Protection Program.

The referendum passed with almost 79% of the 440,745 votes cast. The bonds will be issued in one or more series with maturities up to 30 years and will be repaid with property taxes.

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