BRADENTON, Fla. — Tennessee’s Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County tonight is expected to take a final vote on whether to move forward with its largest public works project ever — even though the cost could lead to a rating downgrade.

The proposed project, a $585 million convention center, would require as much as $650 million in bonds including capitalized interest, issuance, and insurance costs.

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