RALEIGH — Seven cities and towns will ask residents to approve bonds in their municipal elections next week.
The majority are in Wake County, where Apex, Fuquay-Varina, Garner and Morrisville are asking for a total of 10 bonds for voters to approve.
The bonds, if approved, would go towards a variety of street and sidewalk improvements, parks and recreation facilities improvements, public-safety improvements, and stormwater and drainage improvements.
Elsewhere, Bald Head Island residents in Brunswick County are asked to approve $54 million in bonds in order to fund public transportation improvements.
The Cleveland County city of Shelby is asking voters to approve $10 million in bonds in order to fund street and sidewalk improvements and in neighboring Gaston County, Mount Holly voters are asked to permit $13.55 million in bonds in order to fund parks and recreation facilities.
The bond information was compiled by the National Taxpayers Union as part of their 2021 national ballot guide.