Cars travel in the 3100 block of 43rd Street West in Bradenton. A sales tax referendum to pay for county infrastructure will be on November's ballot. The revenue will go toward transportation, public safety and law enforcement and parks and community facilities. An estimated $15.9 million would go toward improvements along 43rd Street West between 36th Avenue West to 9th Avenue West. The improvement is an upgrade to the current standards for travel lanes, sidewalks, bike lanes (or trail) and lighting.
Cars travel in the 3100 block of 43rd Street West in Bradenton. A sales tax referendum to pay for county infrastructure will be on November's ballot. The revenue will go toward transportation, public safety and law enforcement and parks and community facilities. An estimated $15.9 million would go toward improvements along 43rd Street West between 36th Avenue West to 9th Avenue West. The improvement is an upgrade to the current standards for travel lanes, sidewalks, bike lanes (or trail) and lighting. Grant Jefferies gjefferies@bradenton.com
Cars travel in the 3100 block of 43rd Street West in Bradenton. A sales tax referendum to pay for county infrastructure will be on November's ballot. The revenue will go toward transportation, public safety and law enforcement and parks and community facilities. An estimated $15.9 million would go toward improvements along 43rd Street West between 36th Avenue West to 9th Avenue West. The improvement is an upgrade to the current standards for travel lanes, sidewalks, bike lanes (or trail) and lighting. Grant Jefferies gjefferies@bradenton.com

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