DALLAS — In a year when Texas school districts are celebrating record-low interest rates and the return of the triple-A bond guarantee from the Permanent School Fund, officials are contemplating voters’ appetite for new debt.

In Richardson, one of Dallas’ largest northern suburbs, the Richardson Independent School District board is considering calling for a bond issue of up to $175 million next spring. The board this week received a first draft of a proposal from district staff that would seek authorization to renovate 15 schools and refurbish athletic facilities.

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