ATLANTA -- Palm Beach County, Fla., commissioners last week approved the placing of $140 million of general obligation bonds for land preservation before voters on March 14.

Proceeds from the borrowing program would be used to obtain deed restrictions forbidding development of 13,500 acres of active farmland in the county's southwestern corner for at least 20 years, Palm Beach debt manager John Long said yesterday.

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