Beginning March 20, with early voting, to Election Day on April 4, Anchorage voters will consider bond packages to upgrade roads, increase public safety, and improve parks and trails across the city.
If all the general purpose bonds on the 2017 city ballot are approved, the overall estimated increase for debt service would be $3.3 million per year when fully operational. For the bonds on this April’s ballot, the estimated increase for each $100,000 of assessed value is $11.38 for debt service. However the Municipality is also retiring $36.1 million in debt from previous bonds which reduces existing costs by $7.22 for each $100,000 of assessed value.
The net result is an estimated increase to tax payers of $4.16 for debt service and $9.38 for increased operating and maintenance costs per $100,000 of assessed value.
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