DALLAS — The city of McKinney is bringing four tranches of debt for about $38 million to the competitive market next week, as the growing north Dallas suburb looks to update infrastructure to meet the needs of a population that’s doubled this decade.

On Tuesday, the city plans to offer $14.2 million of tax and limited-pledge waterworks and sewer system certificates of obligation, $9.8 million of waterworks and sewer system revenue bonds, $7.2 million of general obligation bonds, and $6.7 million of taxable waterworks and sewer system COs.

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