June 17--ST. LOUIS -- Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed will host the final of his community input meetings on a proposed $195 million bond issue on Wednesday night.
The event is at 6:30 p.m. at the main auditorium of the St. Louis Public Library at 1301 Olive Street in downtown.
Aldermen will soon consider ballot language for a $195 million bond issue to fund city infrastructure repairs. The question is expected to be on the November ballot, if approved.
Reed is asking for feedback on the issue.
A proposed list of projects can be found here.
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