Council considers bond election to fund CG infrastructure improvements

By Aaron Dorman | Pinal Central

CASA GRANDE — Only twice in the city’s history has Casa Grande issued general obligation bonds to finance local improvements.

Now city leaders are looking to do so again and potentially put up $115 million worth of bonds to be voted on by residents in the 2022 election.

City Manager Larry Rains provided an overview of potential projects as part of a study session before the City Council on Monday. Some of the major capital improvements the city would be looking to fund include $41 million worth of road improvements, new trail construction, upgrades at three fire stations and an expansion of the City Hall complex.

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