Scottsdale Council considers $100 million bond proposal Tuesday

Scottsdale City Council

Scottsdale City CouncilBy Beth Duckett, The Republic |

Scottsdale residents will have the chance to weigh in Tuesday on a nearly $100 million bond proposal — the third such proposal in five years.

The majority of City Council members have said they want to again ask voters to approve a bond package this November.

If successful, it would raise city property taxes to pay for what Council members say are needed public projects, including fire stations, roads and parks renovations.

On Tuesday night, City Council members are expected to call a bond election, as well as decide on a formal list of projects and language for the Nov. 3 ballot.


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