The hearing is scheduled for 7:00 tonight (Tuesday) at the County Board Room on the third floor of 2100 Clarendon Boulevard. On-site speaker registration begins at 6:00 p.m. The hearing is being held in advance of the Board’s consideration of the CIP and the 2012 bond referenda at its July meeting.
The $2.4 billion proposed CIP includes “funding plans for the full range of County infrastructure needs, including parks, facilities, streets, transit, water and sewer infrastructure and technology.”
Among the bond referenda expected to be included on the Nov. 6 ballot, pending approval by the County Board next month:
- $14.6 million for Metro
- $25.7 million for long-term maintenance on parks, county facilities, streets and transportation infrastructure
- $11 million for Neighborhood Conservation programs
- $42.5 million for the Long Bridge Park Aquatics Center
- $13.5 million for ConnectArlington / Intelligent Transportation Systems