The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors agreed to ask voters in November to approve the issuance of $169.62 million of general obligation bonds.

Proceeds will be used to build two new elementary schools, a new middle school and a new high school as well as pay for renovations at an existing high school.

The board had asked supervisors to set the bonding amount at $188.8 million to pay all the construction costs.

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