How Surprise is trying to change voters' minds on bond request
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Surprise's City Council and staff have made tweaks to its bond proposal and hope voters will support it in another bond election in 2017.
Surprise lost a bond election by 447 votes last fall.
City Manager Bob Wingenroth recalled the heartbreak that reverberated throughout City Hall after the bond's narrow loss during a City Council workshop on Tuesday.
"We were this close," Wingenroth lamented. "You could actually hear almost a very collective cry from, I think, from all of us because we were so close and had done so much work."
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