ATLANTA -- After being forced to cancel a referendum on a bond issue in March, Atlanta's Mayor Bill Campbell is once again seeking voter approval for about $150 million in city general obligation bonds.

Under a new proposal submitted Monday to the city council, a referendum would be set for July 19, the same day party primaries are held in Georgia, Campbell's spokesman Nick Gold said yesterday.

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