Venice’s City Council is staring at a lot of big numbers for a host of projects they’re considering. The Herald-Tribune reports a new 300-car garage in downtown could cost $4-million, plus the cost of the land, fixing up the parks and their bathrooms could cost $5-million. Road repairs could add another $5-million to the list of projects under consideration. Council members say the city’s already very far behind on fixing potholes citywide. The council plans to prepare a bond referendum to ask voters if they want Venice to take on millions in debt to get one or more of these projects done.