DALLAS — Rising enrollment resulting from rapid growth in the northern suburbs of Oklahoma City is the primary driver in the request by the Oklahoma County Independent School District No. 6 for $142.1 million of general obligation bonds.

Voters in the district that serves the Deer Creek area will go to the polls on Tuesday to decide on $139 million of bonds for school construction and expansions, and $3.1 million for new transportation equipment and facilities.

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