DALLAS — New Mexico will take bids Tuesday on about $220 million of severance tax bonds to fund hundreds of local projects, ranging from an animal carcass digester in Albuquerque to upgrades on the Toltec and Cumbres scenic railroad on the Colorado border.

The bond sale is an annual event following the New Mexico legislative session in which lawmakers divide severance tax revenue for a variety of bond projects in their districts.

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