City Council has also set the wheels in motion to get voters assent on a number of projects. Council is looking to have six projects reviewed, and make them subject to an Alternate Approval Process. That would mean that 10% of eligible voters in the city would have to come out opposed to a project to make it fail. There are six projects in question, requiring the City to borrow more than $10 million. Each project would be subject to the Alternate Approval Process individually.