The Omaha Public Schools board has until August 29th to vote on a facilities bond issue for it to go before voters in November.
OPS is looking at a $682 million bond issue for critical infrastructure work, upgrades, and new schools.
Omahans could pay much more in sewer use fees if a proposal before the City Council is approved Tuesday.
Omahans could see a substantial increase in their sewer bills.
Omaha will move forward with infrastructure and public safety projects.
Voters in the Springfield-Platteview School District will once again be asked to approve a bond for infrastructure upgrades.
The Omaha City Council will hold a public hearing Tuesday on possible changes to the sewer use fees paid by businesses.
It’ll cost the city of Omaha more in interest to borrow money for infrastructure projects.