Voters say no to $399.6 million bond request in United (Texas) district

May 1, 2007
Money would have paid for 8 elementary schools, 2 middle schools and 4 ninth-grade centers.

Voters in the United Independent School District in Laredo have resoundingly rejected a $399.6 million bond proposal.
To read The Laredo Morning Times article, click here.

Earlier: The United Independent School District is seeking approval of a $399.6 million bond proposal. The money would pay for construction of eight elementary schools, two middle schools, four ninth-grade campuses, and an alternative education campus. Existing campuses would receive upgrades, and the district would upgrade its educational support facilities and technology.
To read more about the proposal, click here.

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