CALEXICO — Controversy is on tap for Tuesday's City Council meeting.
The council will consider paying $450,000 for improvements to Fiesta and Robinson roads.
Extensions to those dead-end roads would be used by future patrons of a proposed Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar and a Holiday Inn.
The extensions could be used by patrons of other businesses that build on land surrounding the Calexico 10 Theater off Scaroni Road.
Improvements to the roads would include amenities such as a fountain and broader thoroughfares to accommodate landscaping.
According to backup materials for Tuesday's meeting, City Manager Richard Inman will tell the City Council there are various options to finance the improvements. The two he mentioned in a letter to the council: Measure D monies and traffic impact fees.