CARMEL,Ind. (WISH) – The city of Carmel says they will spend more than $200 million on the city’s infrastructure over the next three years.
The $217 million plan aims to address a variety of issues including improving traffic safety, better mobility around the city, and even meeting the needs of some Carmel’s oldest neighborhoods.
The Carmel City Council will be presented with a plan to pay for the project using several bonds in early January 2016.
However, the city admits that using the funds means that a majority of Carmel residents will see an increase in property taxes.