The 2019 bonds are a fraction of the cost of the last package the city proposed in 2017, which called for more than $224 million in funding for city infrastructure projects. Of the amount the city proposed that year, voters approved all but one proposition:
$3.5 million for the preservation of the Collinwood House.
The bonds this time would be used to finance repairs of major streets and residential roadways as well as alleys, parks, trails and libraries.
The May 4 bonds will be split into three propositions. Residents will vote on each of them separately.[/caption]