In Ashland, some are in the form of a multi-million dollar bond.
Ashland City Councilors removed some projects from the bond proposal on Tuesday night to make it a little cheaper.
In the end, voters will decide if they wish to support an $8.2 million dollar, 20-year-bond.
The original proposal was for $10-million.
The money would go toward a new city hall, rehabilitating the community center, and pioneer hall.
If passed, property owners would pay nearly 21 cents per $1,000 assessed value.
For a home valued at $300,000, that comes out to about 63 dollars extra a year.
Amanda Rose is a multimedia journalist for NBC5 News. Amanda graduated from Columbia University earning a Master’s degree in Journalism. She also received a Bachelor’s degree in English with a specialization in literature from the University of British Columbia.
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