The Livingston County Commission plans to attend a meeting on Proposition D next week.
The meeting will be in the meeting room of the Chillicothe Fire Department Tuesday afternoon at 4 o’clock.
Proposition D appears on Missouri’s November 6, 2018, general election ballot. It was referred to state voters by the Legislature. Prop D phases in a 2.5 cents annual motor fuels tax increase over four years. When fully implemented, Prop D is estimated to bring in $412 million annually in new money for safe road and bridge projects statewide. That includes $288 million in new annual state-level funding for safer highways and bridges, plus about $124 million annually divided evenly between counties and cities for local projects.