“The city council approved a measure placing a massive $800 million capital improvement plan in front of voters in April.
“The city would pay for the plan by issuing $40 million in general obligation bonds each year for 20 years, and comes with a property tax increase for residents.
“The plan focuses on infrastructure and deferred maintenance in the city covering streets, bridges and sidewalks; public building repair; and flood control.
“Voters will face three questions on the April ballot, with the plan broken into three segments. Each would have to have a ‘yes’ vote of more than 57.1% to be approved.”