Of the $365 million requested in new bond anticipation notes — short-term notes that are sold before long-term bonds are sold at a later date — $135 million will go to school improvements; $40 million for construction on roads, bridges, sidewalks and storm drains; $20 million to government building improvements; $18 million to Community College of Baltimore County capital projects; $10 million for waterway improvements; $5 million each for trash disposal, agricultural land preservation, and parks and preservation projects; and $2 million toward community and economic improvements, according to the fiscal note.

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