The Maricopa County School District No. 69 is asking voters next week to approve $203 million of general obligation bonds to renovate and maintain its 45 schools.

The issuer, which is known as the Paradise Valley Unified School District, is also seeking another property-tax override, the third since 2008, which would allow it to collect and spend $5.9 million a year more than allowed under Arizona’s formula. Voters have approved two of the three override proposals.

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