DALLAS — Houston and Harris County will be pumping about $1 billion of short- and long-term debt into the market this month as they seek to position themselves for leaner economic times.

Harris County will price $250 million of refunding bonds on Thursday with the aim of easing demands on property taxes that are expected to produce lower revenues, according to Edwin Harrison, director of financial services.

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