The $98.6 million of bonds approved this month by voters in the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District will be sold only if it receives state debt-service assistance.

Julio Cavazos, superintendent for business services at Harlingen CISD, told the committee overseeing the bond program that the district has applied for an instructional facility allotment from the Texas Education Agency.

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