The Columbus School District is preparing to enter the market in the next few weeks with $75 million of construction and improvement bonds that will be used to retire notes issued last year.

Voters last November approved the district’s request to borrow $162 million. In February, it issued $60 million of notes and is expected to issue the remaining $27 million by the end of the year.

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