DALLAS — The capital program financed by $98.6 million of general obligation bonds being sought by the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District has been developed to help meet the South Texas district’s needs for the next decade.

Voters in the district, which serves the city of Harlingen in the Rio Grande Valley, will decide on the proposed bond package at an election on May 8.

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