Clean Drinking Water For Communities
Would provide $8.9 billion to help fund clean drinking and water recycling projects in local cities and communities.
Would cost the state $430 million per year over 40 years to pay back investors. Local governments would save an average $200 million on water-related projects every year.
A YES vote would give state officials permission to raise $8.9 billion from investors to pay for water and environmental projects.
A NO vote would not allow state officials to raise $8.9 billion from investors to pay for water and environmental projects.