Successful cities invest in themselves by building infrastructure that benefits people, quality of life, and the economy. That is what the city’s general obligation bond program is designed to do — provide much needed funding to build capital projects to enhance our city. On Nov. 8, voters will get a chance to approve four city general obligation bond projects. A yes vote will enhance the public safety, health and wellness, and economic well-being of Las Cruces residents by building a new fire station, improving parks and the East Mesa Public Recreation Center, and constructing more housing that is affordable. A yes vote will not increase your property tax rates.