CBS17 - By Judith Retana

RALEIGH, NC -Raleigh city leaders decided during their Tuesday council meeting they would move forward with bringing a multimillion dollar ballot item in front of voters this November. The bond would be the fourth parks bond for the city since 2003.


The city of Raleigh has more than 100 miles of greenway and thousands of acres of parks to maintain. 


The $275 million bond would cost the owner of a medium-valued home, estimated to be about $256,500, the measure would cost an additional $103. The parks bond would be seen on the Nov. 8 ballot.


Council members Stormie Forte and David Cox opposed placing the bond on the ballot.

City staff has been asked to look for additional funding sources outside of the bond to help support the more than 20 projects that would be covered under the ballot… [READ MORE]




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