The city council of La Vista approved $20 million in bonds to fund infrastructure improvements for the 84th street redevelopment on Wednesday. These improvements will assist the City Centre project which is being funded by developer City Ventures, and is expected to cost $235 million. La Vista had committed to spending $22.7 million on parking garages and temporary surface lots as part of the redevelopment. The city also agreed to $37.4 million in tax increment financing for the project. The bond funds will cover grading of the La Vista Falls golf course, which is being turned into a park, and street improvements in the area.