Details of Denver's Voter-Approved $937 Million Bond Package

A long list of projects—from roads to projects to libraries and other cultural facilities—will benefit from a $937 million bond initiative approved by voters earlier this month in Denver.
November 14, 2017, 7am PST | James Brasuell | @CasualBrasuell
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Jon Murray sheds more light on the approximately 460 projects included on the schedule for a $937 million bond package approved by Denver voters earlier in November.

"A celebratory Mayor Michael Hancock said last week that his administration was putting in motion a decade of construction that will touch many parts of the city," reports Murray. "First up is a forthcoming request for bids from consultants for a project management contract."

According to Murray, the entire list includes "287 miles of road repaving, 33 miles of sidewalks and 49 miles of bikeways, plus renovations at dozens of city libraries, recreation centers, police and fire stations, and some big cultural facilities." Among the list covered by Referred Questions 2A through 2H, Murray notes ten projects that account for over a third of the total bond package's monetary value and exemplify the reach and ambition of the package. 

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