Spring (Texas) school bond gets nod from voters

May 1, 2007
$280 million will enable the district to build 6 elementary schools and a transportation facility.

Officials in the 32,000-student Spring Independent School District were elated that the district's $280 million package passed by a more-than-2-1 ratio. In 2005, voters soundly voted down three bond propositions that totaled $385 million.
To read The Houston Chronicle article, click here.

EARLIER: Voters in the Spring school district will decide whether to approve a $280 million bond proposal. The money would enable the district to build seven 800-student elementary schools, purchase land for and design a high school, upgrade existing facilities and improve district technology.
To read more about the proposal, click here.

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