If voters approve a ballot issue in Lake Ozark, the city will look to borrow up to $6 million to repair roads. It would be a multi-year project that requires voter approval for the city to incur the debt. A detailed assessment of conditions of the city’s road system indicated that the $6 million figure is what is needed to adequately overhaul the system. Every street in the city’s inventory needs some form of repair, according to the assessment. The study also shows that a 20-year improvement program would cost between $5.2 and $7.2 million. A six-phase improvement plan for Bagnell Dam Boulevard is estimated to cost $2.9 million.