Supervisor Miller is proposing a plan to fix the County roads over the next ten years

Supervisor Ally Miller is proposing a plan to fix the County roads over the next ten years. Supervisor Miller will be discussing this plan at the November 5, 2019 Board of Supervisor’s meeting. Under her plan a total of $1,263,740,427, will be allocated to road repairs.

“I am very excited about this plan and the fact that it can be accomplished without raising taxes,” stated Supervisor Miller.
 
Background:
 
The Board of Supervisors will be discussing plans for road repairs during the November 5 meeting. Supervisor Miller is offering a comprehensive proposal for consideration by her colleagues on the Board.

More than $89 million in interest fees were paid on the $350 million road bonds that voters approved in 1997. Paying that level of interest was not a wise fiscal move.