Travis County voters would decide Nov. 8 on a $205.6 million general obligation bond program for roads and park projects if commissioners accept the recommendations presented last week by a citizens committee.

Commissioners are expected to schedule  the election by mid-August. The plan also recommends that the county seek alternative ways to finance $28.2 million for two pass-through road projects in cooperation with the Texas Department of Transportation. The final report suggests using certificates of obligation rather than voter-approved debt.

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