DALLAS — As its tax base shrinks amid the ongoing housing slump, Dallas County will seek savings on its long-term debt and finance improvements to its jail and court facilities with a package of bonds and notes worth a combined $76.5 million this week.

Triple-A ratings from Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s Investors Service are expected to help the offering receive a good reception in a market starved of tax-exempt bonds from Texas.

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