DALLAS - Bexar County, Tex., is postponing its $103 million of newly authorized venue-tax revenue bonds until next week, with the expectation of stronger market demand after the Labor Day holiday.

The bonds, approved by voters in May, were tentatively scheduled for pricing this week. But with rating reports and a tax revenue analysis wrapping up late last week, Bexar decided to wait, said Tina Smith-Dean, manager of management and financial services for Texas' third most populous county.

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