Rural Road Funding on Nov. 2013 Ballot

Next year the Board of County Commissioners will ask rural voters to approve the creation of a public improvement district to fund the repair of roads in unincorporated Boulder County subdivisions. The issue of how to fund the repair of deteriorating rural roads has been a source of debate for several years.
The estimated 10,650 affected property owners must approve the proposed district, which would raise money for roadwork through a property tax increase, in 2013. The public improvement district would be permanent, and would require the reconstruction or chip sealing of all subdivision roads at least once every 15 years.

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