Patrick Fox

Alpharetta city leaders are divided over a proposal for a bond referendum that would generate some $71 million for improvements in parks, public safety and transportation. The plan includes boosting the homestead exemption so residents won’t be saddled with a tax increase to pay for the bond. Opponents, including Mayor Jim Gilvin, say the bond would raise taxes by 30 percent and place the burden on commercial property owners. 

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