Flagstaff voters will have a few bond issues to decide on in November’s election. The City of Flagstaff is putting two bond questions before the voters. One is to address infrastructure needs for the city, which deals with wastewater treatment, stormwater flood mitigation and wildfire suppression infrastructure. That bond is over $57-million dollars. The second bond is for $20-million to create rental and homeownership opportunities for residents of Flagstaff. The money would go for redeveloping city owned hosing to create additional affordable rental units, repurposing existing available buildings into rental units, incentivizing the private sector to incorporate affordable rental housing into new developments and expanding the homebuyers assistance program. The Flagstaff Unified School District will go to the voters for a $100-million bond. The money would go to the rebuilding and possible relocation of Kinsey and Marshall elementary schools, rebuilding and replacing the district’s transportation and maintenance facilities and more infrastructure projects and upgrades. The rise in property taxes would be around 35-cents a month per $100-thousand.