Mesa voters will decide today on whether the city can build a spring training facility for Major League Baseball’s Chicago Cubs and issue $202 million of revenue bonds for the city’s utilities.

Proposition 420 would allow the city to spend $84 million on the proposed baseball complex on a defunct golf course. The vote is necessary because the city charter requires public approval of any sports facility costing over $1.5 million.

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