Bond Election

North Texas Voters OK State Amendments & Local Bond PackagesVoters statewide approved all seven proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution on Tuesday and locally gave the go-ahead for a number of school and road improvement bond packages.
Dallas Voters Approve $1.6 Billion School Bond PackageVoters Tuesday approved a Dallas Independent School District $1.6 billion bond to build new schools and improve existing ones.
Texas Voters Consider 7 Constitutional Amendments & Bond ProposalsThe polls in Texas open at 7 a.m. and voters will consider amendments to the state constitution -- in all there are seven propositions. Some North Texas cities are also asking voters to consider bond proposals.
Anonymous Emails Spark Concern Over Low Income Housing, Students In Highland Park ISDIn one anonymous email, bond package opponents ask, "Is section eight housing within the district more likely if the bond passes?"
Students & Staff Hold Final 'Homecoming' Before School Demolition
Dog Park Improvement $$ Sparks City Hall DebateDiscussion went to the dogs Wednesday at Dallas City Hall -- literally. An ordinance approving $946,000 for improvements at a city dog park set off a debate on whether that kind of investment is appropriate in tough time.
Voters Approve $490 Million FWISD Bond PackageVoters had no problem passing a Fort Worth ISD bond proposal worth nearly $500 million. They approved all three parts of the package that includes money for new classrooms, technology upgrades and new school buses.
Fort Worth ISD Board Approves Proposition For ImprovementsFort Worth's school board decided to put nearly half a billion dollars worth of projects on a ballot in November. Voters will have several choices to make -- not only about how much they'll spend but what they'll spend it on.
Rawlings Hopeful For Passage Of Bond IssueDallas Mayor Mike Rawlings is hoping for a strong showing in the city's $600 million bond issue. The only thing that he thinks could hurt it is straight party voters.
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