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Bond Pays For Projects

CITY OFFICIALS HAVE ABOUT $44 MILLION TO SPEND BEFORE 2014

Posted: December 28, 2012 at 4:23 a.m.

Everett Hice welds railings Thursday near one of the water slides at the Rogers aquatic center.

The 1 percent sales tax extension approved by voters in 2011 has put more than $27 million into capital projects this year, city officials said.

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