Voters in Baltimore last week approved a slate of eight bond issues totaling $35 million.

Proceeds from the bonds, when issued, will be used to fund community development, neighborhood senior centers, schools, asbestos removal, and other projects.

In addition, voters approved the issuance of up to an additional $20 million so the city can participate in a state self-insurance program.

Baltimore voters also authorized city officials to refund outstanding general obligation debt and to enter into negotiated bond sales, which were both prohibited prior to the election.

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