Voters in Anchorage Tuesday approved all seven general obligation bond measures they were presented with, for a total of more than $102 million.
The largest of the referendums was a $44.8 million request for road and drainage projects, followed by a school district request for $34.3 million to finance renovations for two schools. The smallest measure asked for less than $1.7 million to finance public safety and transportation projects.
They all passed with between 56% and 62% approval rates, according to preliminary returns.
It’s the second year in a row the city’s voters have given a clean sweep to debt measures. In the April 2007 election, they approved all $134 million of bond requests on the ballot.