AUSTIN – Texas voters last weekend approved almost 70 bond propositions worth more than $4.5 billion to their local governments.
Almost 90 percent of the requested bond funding was from school districts.
Among the successful propositions was a North Texas city that plans to build out its community park system with trails, playgrounds, an amphitheater, and athletic facilities.
A school district on the coast requested voter approval for $70 million to construct a junior high school, while another district outside of Houston won approval for $290 million in debt to build, among other facilities, six replacement elementary schools.
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