Local voters have once again spoken regarding the need for sufficient school facilities in their communities. All seven fast growth districts that we’ve been tracking were overwhelmingly successful in yesterday’s bond elections and the preliminary results* are below. Congrats to all of you and please let us know if your school district should be added to this list.
|District||County||Proposed Amount||Purpose||Tax Supported Debt (as of 8/31/14)||Favor/Oppose in %|
|Aldine ISD||Harris||$798,000,000||New School, Renovations, and Enhancements||$398,180,000||72/28|
|Allen ISD||Collin||$272,580,000||New Schools, Renovations, Technology, Security, and Land Purchase||$499,128,037||76/24|
|Alvin ISD||Brazoria||$245,000,000||New Schools and Renovations||$463,780,000||59/41|
|College Station ISD||Brazos||$135,900,000||New Schools, Renovations, Technology, Maintenance, Land Acquisition||$278,045,000||72/28|
|Conroe ISD||Montgomery||$487,000,000||New Schools,Renovations and Additions||$978,090,000||69/31|
|North East ISD||Bexar||$499,950,000||Schools, Renovations, Safety and Security,Technology and Extracurricular||$1,448,848,775||66/34|
|Rockwall ISD||Rockwall||$256,820,000||School Additions & Renovations, Facilities Upgrades and Safety & Security Upgrades||$337,278,257||65/35|
*Bond proposal information was pulled from the Texas Comptroller’s website. Election results are based on the latest local news reports.