DALLAS -- Little Rock voters may decide as early as August whether to approve a one-cent sales tax to pay for a $110 million bond program -- the city's largest ever.

City Finance Director John Pryor said Little Rock has decided to seek voter approval of the referendum, which would allow the city to use sales tax revenue bonds for the first time.

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