$3.7 Billion Dallas ISD Bond Proposal Includes Funding for Art Facility, Stadiums as Economy Struggles

As coronavirus lockdowns begin to ease and the U.S. economy continues to limp , Dallas Independent School District (DISD) is proposing $3.7 billion worth of tax increase-bonds to pay for school buildings, technology equipment, stadiums, a performing arts facility, and natatoriums.

The DISD Board of Trustees passed the series of proposals in an 8-0 vote in August. It is the most costly bond proposal in the Lone Star State’s history .

The package is divided into five propositions, placed by the district on the ballot to, in part, address “racial equity” concerns .On his website, DISD District 2 Trustee Dustin Marshall […]

Source: thetexan.news

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