Tempe residents face key questions on Tempe’s ballot that could affect city projects
By Lesley Marin
Tempe residents voting in this upcoming election will notice three key questions on their ballots come November that could affect city projects. If approved by voters, it will grant the city of Tempe permission to borrow about 30 million dollars in bonds to go toward public safety, recreation, a new dam and buildings around the city. Cronkite News reporter, Lesley Marin, talked to Tempe residents who plan to support the bonds and other who won’t.