DALLAS — Rapid growth prompted by increased oil and gas production in West Texas will require more schools in the Ector County Independent School District financed by a $129.8 million general obligation bond plan outlined to trustees Wednesday night.

The referendum would be on the Nov. 6 ballot if trustees approve the election ordinance at the Aug. 17 board session.

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