BRADENTON, Fla. — Nashville’s consolidated government next week is selling between $575 million and $775 million of new-money and advance refunding general obligation bonds to finance capital projects and restructure outstanding debt to avoid tax hikes and budget cuts.

The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County will use bond proceeds to take out about $275 million of commercial paper, provide $125 million in new money for ­capital projects, and restructure outstanding GO debt within existing maturities.

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