The following bond referendums will appear on tomorrow's general election ballot. If approved by voters, they would authorize the city to borrow money for projects listed in each individual question.
* Question A -- $8 million for the Community Development Loan Program. Specific projects include $3.6 million for city matching funds for existing federal Community Development Block Grants; $200,000 for rental housing for low-income families; $200,000 for Nehemiah Housing Two in Cherry Hill; $100,000 for tree-planting and other improvements to approach-ways to the city; $300,000 for the Conservation Area Program, which funds development and improvements in communities outside urban renewal areas; $100,000 for waterfront development improvements; $200,000 for grants to neighborhoods for local projects such as a small park; $800,000 for other community-based development projects; $500,000 for Charles Center-Market Center street improvements; and $1.5 million for the city's share of the Christopher Columbus Maritime History Center at Piers 5 and 6.
* Question B -- $4 million for loans for the Community Development Financing Corp., a private-public bank to fund housing projects.
* Question C -- $1 million for the renovation and modernization of 17 senior citizen centers.
* Question D -- $8.5 million for planning and development of commercial and industrial economic development projects, including $7.5 million for the city's share of the Port Covington Business Park, and $1 million for future economic development initiatives for the Memorial Stadium area and proposed Coldspring South residential community.
* Question E -- $1 million for asbestos removal from city-owned buildings.
* Question F -- $2 million for a new fire house for Sharp-Leadenhall in South Baltimore.
* Question G -- $4.5 million to replace the 92-year old Northern District police station.
* Question H -- $6 million for construction and renovation of public school buildings, including $1.5 million for the city's share of replacing certain school roofs; $900,000 for asbestos removal; $650,000 for design costs for the new Ashburton Elementary and Edmondson High schools; $2.6 million for renovations at Windsor Hills and Garrett Heights elementaries; $350,000 to equip Brehms Lane Elementary.
* Question I -- To authorize the city to sell up to $20 million in bonds to augment the city's self-insurance fund that was established in 1986 to handle personal injury and property claims against the city.
* Question J -- Authorizes the city to re-sell current outstanding bonds at lower rates.
* Question K -- Authorizes the city to amend certain outstanding loan authorizations to allow for the issuance of mini-bonds, those in denominations as small as $500.