DALLAS — The Lubbock Independent School District will embark on a four-phase capital improvement program if voters approve a $198 million bond program developed by a citizens’ committee.

School trustees voted unanimously Tuesday to put the bond request before voters as a single question on the Nov. 2 ballot in the West Texas city.

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