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Bond election is Ajo's full ballot

Ajo Copper News of Ajo, Arizona

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Many voters who signed up for early ballots have already received their November consolidated election ballots. For those in the Ajo area, the only issues are Pima County's bond issues.

Of the seven bond propositions, a few directly impact Ajo and others only indirectly.

Proposition 425 is for road and highway improvements with an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $200,000,000.

Proposition No. 426 is for economic development, libraries and workforce training in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $91,375,000.

Proposition No. 427 is for Tourism Promotion with an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $98,600,000.

Proposition No. 428 is for parks and recreational facilities and includes improvements to Ajo Community Golf Course and replacing the lighting system on two multi-purpose fields in Walker Park. Work on other parks in the county is also included with an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $191,500,000.

Proposition No. 429 is for public health, welfare, safety, neighborhoods and housing with an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $105,300,000.

Proposition No. 430 is for natural area conservation and historic preservation and includes work on Ajo Curley School gym, the Plaza, and other historic buildings along with seven other county projects with an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $112,050,000.

Proposition No. 431 is for flood control and drainage with an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $16,935,000. For information about the propositions, visit Pima County's website at www.pima.gov/bonds2015, send an e-mail to bondinfo@pima.gov, or call 520-724-8450.



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Original Publication Date: October 20, 2015



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