Mineral Wells City Council members on Thursday heard a capital improvements bond proposal totaling $54.2 million, with another $16 million in water and sewer fund improvements.
The proposal calls for a May 2016 election.
The general obligation bond proposal seeks streets and drainage improvements, a new recreation center and other parks and rec improvements including new multi-use recreation fields facility, a new city hall and police station, expansion of Boyce Ditto Public Library, improvements at Woodland Park Cemetery and other miscellaneous projects.
The water and sewer revenue bond projects involve proposed street project-related upgrades and replacements and various water and sewer infrastructure projects.
Council took no action Thursday.
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