Scottsdale city officials have whittled down a list of 36 bond-financed capital improvement projects costing an estimated $405.3 million to a proposed request for $36.6 million of general obligation bonds for seven projects.

The proposed bonds would finance five transportation projects along with two flood-control efforts in the Phoenix suburb.

The City Council is expected to vote in June on whether to put the bond proposal to voters in November.

Scottsdale’s debt carries triple-A ratings from all three major rating agencies.

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