The $15.85 million bond referendum on the ballot as part of Greenville’s ongoing municipal election will raise money for significant improvements to the city’s transportation systems.
During early voting, which continues at multiple sites through Oct. 31, and on Nov. 3 at all the city’s polling places, registered voters will have a chance to approve the sale of general obligation bonds.
A yes vote will allow the city to take advantage of current low interest rates to pay for much needed road work and other projects that will move the city forward, according to Mayor Allen Thomas and other elected officials.
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