By Patrick McNamara | Arizona Daily Star
As much as $200 million in road repairs could be included in Pima County’s proposed bond package — although the county has made no decision when that bond package might go to voters.
Pima County Supervisor Ramón Valadez asked county staff at Tuesday’s board meeting to include as much as $200 million for road repairs on the list of proposed bond projects.
Valadez asked for a project list that includes work in incorporated and unincorporated areas, and to explore retiring the debt on the projects in 10 to 12 years.
Supervisor Ally Miller said taking a decade to retire debt on road repairs could be a problem.