Pima County Bond To Fix Roads In 2021

On Friday, Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry sent the Board of Supervisors the proposed Bond Implementation Ordinance. The Board is scheduled to vote on the plan Sept. 15.

The ordinance sets the schedule for when projects will be built if some or all of the 7 bond questions are approved by voters Nov. 3.

Supervisor Ally Miller advised constituents on Facebook that the County Administrator “plans to fund the bulk of the $160 million bond money for road repair between 2021-2028. Only $30 million will be spent on roads in all of Pima County, from 2016-2020. The list of roads to be repaired will be determined AFTER the election. On the flip side, the soccer fields complex by Kino that he wants to build, will receive over half of its funding in the first two years & is projected to be complete by 2021.”

To view the Bond Implementation Plan Ordinance for the 2015 Bond Election, click here. To learn more about the bond, click here.

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