bond election

Education
6:03 pm
Wed November 6, 2013

Failed Bond Threatens Taylor Schools’ Compliance with Disabilities Act

A $7 million bond proposal for a new athletic facility in Taylor did not pass.
Taylor ISD

A small school district northeast of Austin is facing a football field-sized problem.

Taylor Independent School District’s athletic facilities are not compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Without the ADA-required access, TISD is vulnerable to lawsuits and penalties.

On Tuesday, voters in the city of Taylor rejected a bond that would have built a new all-inclusive athletics facility that would include accessibility for people who have disabilities. Now the school district faces the possibility of paying $1 million to renovate old athletics facilities that they don’t own.

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Austin
12:37 pm
Tue May 7, 2013

Early Voting on AISD Bonds? Here’s What You Need to Know

Early voting continues through May 7.
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Update: Early voting ends today for the AISD bond election. 

Original post: Early voting starts today for the Austin Independent School District bond election.

Voters will make a decision on a $892 million bond for AISD. The bond is split into four parts and would go towards things such relieving overcrowded schoolsincreasing security, technology upgrades and more. You can view a sample ballot provided by the Travis County Clerk's Office listing each proposition.

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