Voters To Decide On Bus Service, School Bonds And Representation
Saturday is an election day for a lot of area school districts and communities. A small turnout is expected to decide some pretty significant issues.
In Castle Hills voters will decide whether to keep VIA bus service, or whether to use the $500,000 generated by a half-cent sales tax on other needs.
Property owners living in the Judson school district will decide whether to approve the sale of up to $266 million in bonds to upgrade technology and facilities, to build new schools, and eliminate old bond debt. A homeowner with property appraised at $200,000 would pay up to $140 more in taxes a year.
In Texas House District 120, voters will choose among four candidates to fill retired state Rep. Ruth Jones McClendon’s vacant seat through the end of this year.
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