DALLAS — Little Rock voters will be asked to extend an existing property tax to support $105 million of general obligation bonds for public works projects under a plan outlined Tuesday by Mayor Mark Stodola.

Proceeds from the bonds would make a dent in the city’s list of more than $700 million of needed street and drainage projects, he said.

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