The City of Columbus wants an $842 million bond package on the November ballot.
Mayor Michael Coleman says the issue will drive new investment into neighborhoods without raising taxes.
Here's how it breaks down:
$53 million would go to the safety and health departments.
$124 million for the recreation and parks department.
$220 million for public service projects.
The largest chuck, some $445 million would go to public utility projects, according to city officials.
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