PROJECT #1
Expanding Multi-use Trail System
PROJECT #1
New Splashpad
PROJECT #3
Fire Station Renovation
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Vote FOR All Nine Projects

REFUNDING BONDS (THIS IS NOT A NEW TAX RATE)

The total bond amount is not to exceed $19,890,000 part of which is the retirement of the $7,960,000 existing bond. The difference between the two totals is the projected cost of the projects and any additional bond issuing fees and insurance. The duration of the bond is a 30-year maturity but projected 23-year payoff at current sales tax income levels.

Item 1 must pass in order to fund any of the 9 initiatives.

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Vote FOR All Nine Projects

REFUNDING BONDS (THIS IS NOT A NEW TAX RATE)

The total bond amount is not to exceed $19,890,000 part of which is the retirement of the $7,960,000 existing bond. The difference between the two totals is the projected cost of the projects and any additional bond issuing fees and insurance. The duration of the bond is a 30-year maturity but projected 23-year payoff at current sales tax income levels.

Item 1 must pass in order to fund any of the 9 initiatives.

Sample Ballot

Vote FOR All Nine Projects

REFUNDING BONDS (THIS IS NOT A NEW TAX RATE)

The total bond amount is not to exceed $19,890,000 part of which is the retirement of the $7,960,000 existing bond. The difference between the two totals is the projected cost of the projects and any additional bond issuing fees and insurance. The duration of the bond is a 30-year maturity but projected 23-year payoff at current sales tax income levels.

Item 1 must pass in order to fund any of the 9 initiatives.

Sample Ballot

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This is not a new tax rate

1. Park & Recreational Improvement Bonds

Improvement bond to enhance the health and wellness of our community by constructing and expanding a multi-use trail system, splash pad, and to replace the essential aquatic filtering system. Sandy Beach plans will include new restrooms, an open-air pavilion, 4 lit regulation sand volleyball courts, and an area for concessions.

2. Drainage Improvement Bonds

Improvement bond will allow for construction and materials needed to increase drainage capacity to further prevent the flooding of downtown homes and businesses. Improvement will increase overall downtown appeal while contributing to the revitalization plan for a thriving downtown economy.

3. Municipal Building Improvements

To fund the retrofitting of a donated building to relocate the city administration office and fire department headquarters. This bond will establish a healthy and safe living space for both full-time, part-time, and volunteer firefighters while affording them sanitary cooking, bathing, and sleeping conditions they currently do not have.

4. Street Improvement Bonds

The bond will fund improvements to existing streets and any lighting, utility adjustments, curb, gutter, and drainage improvements related thereto and equipment for street purposes.

5. Fire Dept. Improvement Bonds

To fund the purchase of a new fire engine that will replace a 1980’s model engine allowing for quicker and dependable responses to structure fires, heart attacks, strokes, car accidents, and other emergencies. New fire apparatus will also have the ability to carry more water, equipment, and personnel, thus enhancing the effectiveness of protecting your homes and businesses from fire.

6. Police Dept. Improvement Bonds

To fund an aging fleet of patrol cars that are either approaching or beyond their useful life of active duty. Funds will purchase equipment inside patrol cars to allow for technological upgrades of onboard computers for quicker information exchange between local and federal law enforcement agencies while conducting on-site investigations.

7. Streetscape Improvement Bonds

Bond for the purpose of completing streetscape beautification improvements to the downtown area, including any street, curb, gutter, and drainage improvements, lighting, utility pole replacements, sidewalks, landscaping, traffic signals, and decorative signage that adds to the overall aesthetics of our historic downtown.

8. Sidewalk Improvement Bonds

To fund improvements to existing sidewalks or any utility adjustments to allow for safe ADA compliant passage for pedestrians along Main Street. Improvement bond will also provide a safe school route sidewalk along Wedding Ford Road.

9. Airport Improvement Bonds

This bond will cover the costs of renovations and improvements to the terminal building at the Municipal Airport and any furnishings or equipment.

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