Voters in Santa Fe County will decide in November on a three-part, $35 million general obligation bond referendum that officials say will not require significant increases in New Mexico’s property tax levy.

The total includes $19 million for road projects, $10 million for water and wastewater infrastructure, and $6 million for open space and trails.

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