With eyes on the recession and public perceptions, members of the Anchorage Assembly Tuesday trimmed more than $14 million from a series of bond proposals that will go before the city’s voters in April, according to a report in the Anchorage Daily News.

In the end, the Assembly approved eight bond propositions worth a total of $140 million for the April 7 election. The largest referendum is a $69.9 million school bond measure.

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