A $3 billion proposal that would repair potholes throughout Los Angeles is one step closer to becoming reality.

Local lawmakers will analyze possible funding options, which would fix nearly 9,000 miles of city streets.

The LA Times reports one option would be to ask property owners to increase taxes the equivalent of 1% of their property’s value, paid over 29 years.

On a home worth about $600,000, that would mean paying about $200 more a year.

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