Extending a 1% sales tax in Aurora for five more years is an issue that could also be on the ballot.
This time it's to build a new aquatic center.
It's a topic that has become somewhat controversial in Aurora. That is because this isn't the first time residents have debated the sales tax issue.
In October 2007, Aurora City Council approved a 1% sales tax for a four year period.
It went into effect the following February.
Now, that time is running our.
Those funds went toward parks and recreational development.
People who oppose the sales tax extension said that money should have gone toward the aquatic facility initially.
Aurora Mayor Marlin Seeman said that those tax dollars were never intended for the pool.
"I don't want to leave the impression that it was a pool sales tax initiative, although some people are advocating that at this point," he said.
Mayor Seeman is hopeful that the council will leave it up to voters.
"It is my fond hope that the council will see fit to move forward with the aquatic center project," Seeman said.
That decision will come from Tuesday night's city council meeting. The council will determine whether or not the tax initiative will go on the ballot in May.