Tucson's request to borrow $100 million by issuing bonds for road and street maintenance and repairs remained undecided in vote counting Monday afternoon.

The "yes" votes totaled 65,679, and the "no" votes 65,597, for an 82-vote margin with thousands of votes still being counted.

The mayor and City Council asked voters to approve the borrowing because the city lacks other means to make needed road and street repairs and conduct routine maintenance.

If approved and issued, the $100 million in bonds would raise city property taxes by about $18 a year for a property valued at $100,000.