Overland Park today will officially open a $36.3 million soccer complex financed with part of the proceeds from $65 million of general obligation bonds sold in 2007.

The bonds are secured by a pledge of general revenue, but the Kansas City suburb expects to pay debt service on the soccer field bonds with revenue from a hotel tax.

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