CLEVELAND -- On Tuesday, the Indians, the Cavaliers and the Browns present their lists of projects they would use sin tax money for if a renewal goes before voters and passes in May.

The items are expected to less sexy essentials, including a new roof and upgrades to HVAC equipment for Quicken Loans arena and improvements to the air circulation set-up and steel structure of Progressive Field.

Eight of 11 council members must approve putting the renewal of tax on tobacco and alcohol in front of voters.

And there may be discussion of whether to improve scoreboards at the Cavs' and Indians' homes.

A new scoreboard is part of the separate deal between the Cleveland Browns and the City of Cleveland and critics argued that's a luxury that the team owner should pay for.

The campaign is expected to promote the value of professional sports and the need to invest in public facilities as a good investment for the future.

The Greater Cleveland Partnership will play a key role in any campaign.