Today, April 13, Bentonville voters will be asked to consider a bond extension that would support infrastructure and public safety improvement projects in a special election held by the city.
The bond extension
up for vote will allow infrastructure, public safety, and efficiency improvements without a tax increase, utilizing the continuation of the City one-cent sales tax. This bond extension was previously approved by voters in 2003 and 2007.
The deets: Voters will be asked to consider a total of nine ballot questions, all needing individual approval. Among these are questions concerning street improvements, parks and recreation improvements, public library improvements, public safety radio communication system, fire training facility, police training facility, drainage improvements, refunding bonds, and sales and use tax extension.
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