How Mesa would spend $580 million in utility bonds

Files Containing Utility BillsBy Maria Polletta | The Arizona Republic

For more than a decade, Mesa voters have OK’d every bond question put before them.

Next month, city officials will find out whether that generosity will hold when confronted by the biggest bond request in Mesa history.

The $580 million utility-bond package would provide for improvements and additions to Mesa’s electric, gas, water and wastewater infrastructure — particularly in southeast Mesa, where new subdivisions and industrial facilities have taken root.

Its price tag dwarfs those of Mesa’s last two utility-bond elections combined, and some residents already have balked at the hefty request.

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