WTOP's Andrew Mollenbeck with Arlington voters.
WASHINGTON - Arlington voters will be deciding on more than $150 million in bond requests when they head to the polls next month.
The largest bond, $50.5 million, would go to parks and recreation. Most of that would go towards an indoor aquatics center at Long Bridge Park.
A $42.6 million bond for school projects will also be on the ballot, as will a $31.9 million bond for Metro and other transportation needs.
The smallest bond on the ballot is for $28.3 million for community infrastructure.
The Washington Post reports that a bond proposal hasn't failed in Arlington County since 1979.
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