DALLAS -Mesa, Ariz., will levy a secondary property tax for debt service for the first time in more than 60 years if voters approve a $408.8 million general obligation package in November.

The city of 450,000 is the largest in Arizona - and probably the largest in the United States - without a property tax, according to deputy city manager Bryan Raines.

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