DALLAS — Voters in Utah's Jordan School District — the largest in the state until a controversial 2009 split -- will consider a $495 million bond proposal approved by the district's board on Tuesday.

Faced with unprecedented growth, the board voted unanimously to put the issue before voters, despite the need for a tax increase to support the debt. Homeonwers would pay about $8 to $10 more per $100,000 of property value, according to estimates.

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