County voters will advise on six issues

By Erin Middlewood, Columbian special projects reporter

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Clark County commissioners today decided to spend $107,000 to put six advisory votes on the November ballot.

Three will ask voters whether they favor an Interstate 5 replacement bridge, or a new bridge to the east or west.

Two will address transit, asking if voters want commissioners to oppose any light rail or bus-rapid transit project not approved by a county-wide vote.

And the final measure will ask voters if they want to limit shooting off fireworks to July 4.

This story will be updated.