Trustees of Oklahoma County Independent School District 89 last week approved the sale of $11 million of general obligation bonds to purchase new school buses and improved technology.

The May tranche is from $248 million of bonds approved by voters in 2007. The sales are scheduled as older debt matures to avoid increases in the property tax rate, district officials said.

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