Trustees of Maricopa County Elementary School District No. 3 will meet this week to discuss how a prolonged drop in property values in the county will affect the district’s ability to issue $77 million of bonds approved by voters last year.

District officials said they anticipate a 40% decline in bonding capacity due to the decline, for a revised $45 million debt program.

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