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Bonding for 2015 Capital Projects Approved

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

The Legislature approved nine separate bond resolutions, authorizing up to a little over $7 million in bonding, to finance of a range of projects, all authorized as part of the County’s Capital Plan.  Among projects included in the bond authorization are up to $800,000 in capital improvement projects at various County facilities; the Mental Health Building renovation; up to $1 million for road and highway reconstruction and improvements, and up to $200,000 for repair or replacement of existing bridges; just over $1.8 million to address capital maintenance needs at the 20-year-old Recycling and Solid Waste Center, and $367,000 for improvements related to leachate management at the County’s  Caswell Road landfill.  The bond authorizations prepare for a bond sale this summer.