Now that North Carolina voters have approved the $740 million of general obligation bonds placed on the ballot Nov. 2, state officials have begun the process of determining just when the state will start bringing the debt to market.

Everett Chalk, assistant director at North Carolina's debt oversight agency, the Local Government Commission, said the state will probably stick to its original schedule of borrowing roughly equal amounts over a three-year period.

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