The projects promoted by the mayor aren’t on the ballot. They will be on a council resolution of “intent” on how to use the tax proceeds. A resolution is non-binding and can be changed or nullified at any time by a vote of at least five council members at any time after the ballot is passed.
The original 1993 MAPS ballot listed all of the projects that were to be funded by the tax (to see copy of ballot found by Doug Loudenback, go here). A court ruling later determined such an all-or-nothing ballot cannot be duplicated. The council is set to decide Tuesday whether to submit this ballot to voters on December 8.