$280M road bond going to Montgomery County voters Nov. 3 (The Villager)

By Catherine Dominguez

In a unanimous vote, Montgomery County commissioners voted to place a $280 million road bond referendum on the Nov. 3 ballot.

In addition, the court approved two resolutions: one to annually allocate a minimum of 10.19 percent of each year’s total property tax revenue for road and bridge refurbishing and rehabilitation; and second, that a potential $70 million road bond referendum in 2018 be structured in such a way that at least 85 percent of the proceeds allocated to each precinct be used for new roads, road widening, intersection improvement, bridges, elevated roadways or safety enhancements.

 

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