DALLAS — Houston Mayor Annise Parker on Wednesday unveiled the outlines of a $410 million general obligation bond referendum that could go to voters Nov. 6.

Parker said the size of the bond package was limited by the city’s capacity for additional debt without a property tax increase. The proposal is the smallest GO plan by the city in more than 30 years, she said.

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