May 6, 2024 - News

🗳 Dallas-Fort Worth voters approve millions in bonds

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Dallas voters approved all 10 propositions in the city's $1.25 billion bond proposal.

The big picture: Several local municipalities asked residents to approve millions of dollars in bond packages for new parks, school campus upgrades, new court buildings, and other school and city projects.

  • Most of the proposals passed.

What happened: The Dallas propositions — which included funding for new parks, improved streets and updated arts facilities — had little opposition.

School districts: Grapevine-Colleyville ISD voters approved $150 million in bond propositions for school renovations and swim center upgrades.

Yes, but: Anna residents voted against a $100 million Anna ISD bond package to build a 12,000-seat stadium with a turf field. It was the second time for Anna voters to reject plans to build a new stadium.


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