Used Cars Nacogdoches – Longview City has called for the selection of bonds ($ 104,201,000) to be held Tuesday, November 6 2018. The selection of bonds will be considered by voters in three separate propositions: Public Security Facilities, Streets and Parks
FOR OR AGAIN: Issuance of $ 52,410,000 tax bonds by City of Longview, Texas, to build, renovate, and equip police and fire stations and relocate fire and police training centers and emergency operations centers and collect taxes as payments.
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Police Building – $ 33.4 million
Fire Station 5 – $ 5.34M
Fire Station 8 – $ 4.95M
Fire Station 7 – $ 4.61M
Fire and Police Training Center – $ 2.2 million
Renovation Police Building – $ 1.90 million
Proposition B: Road / Infrastructure
FOR or AGAIN: Issuance of $ 27,090,000 tax bonds by City of Longview, Texas for road and road repairs and other related repairs and procurement of taxes as payment.
Reel Road – $ 7.19 million
Cotton Street Streetscape – $ 5.89 million
Fairmont Street Reconstruction – $ 5.60 million
Mobberly Avenue – $ 5.20 million
Mobberly Avenue / High Street Entryway – $ 3.30 million
Proposition C: Park
FOR or AGAIN: Issuance of $ 24,710,000 tax bonds by City of Longview, Texas for repairs and additions to City parks, including footpaths, playgrounds and other sports and recreational facilities and taxing payments.
Lear Park – $ 8.80 million
Broughton Recreation Center – $ 5.70 million
McWhorter Park – $ 2.24 million
Stamper Park / Womack Field – $ 1.99 million
Arboretum – $ 1.50 million
Cargill Trail – $ 1.35 million
Spring Hill Park – $ 1.26 Million
Lois Jackson Park – $ 0.85 million
Spring Creek Park – $ 0.54 million
Rollins Park – $ 0.31 million
Patterson Park – $ 0.17M
The total of the three propositions: $ 104,201,000
City of Scottsville – choice of local drinks
The city of Scottsville in Harrison County called for an election proposing the sale of beer and wine for off-site consumption.
Residents will choose FOR or AGAIN this option.
Lindale ISD Bond
The Lindale Independent School District has requested a bond package worth $ 32.41 million.
This proposition calls for increased security in all districts, expansion at Lindale High School, including 23 additional classrooms, expansion of cafeterias, additional fitness centers and extra-curricular repairs. These improvements included the construction of a multi-purpose activity center and renovation at Eagle Stadium.
Security updates will include upgrades for more than 500 cameras and electronic entries for all exterior doors. The district also employs two additional police officers for the 2018-2019 school year.
Lindale ISD has grown from 2,573 students to 4,075 students in 18 years. Lindale High School is 25 years old and is projected to immediately surpass the core and capacity of students. At the current growth rate, Lindale ISD is projected to have 5,000 students in 10 years.
The projected tax impact from the selection of these bonds is estimated at four cents, which is an average increase of $ 4.85 per month. The average home value at Lindale ISD is $ 170,456.
There will be no tax impact for seniors 65 years and older with appropriate exceptions. The Lindale ISD Board of Trustees has cut I / S tax rates by 9.5 cents since 2011.
Plans proposed for Lindale High School expansion
If the community chooses to pass ties, an additional two-story wing will be added with 23 additional classrooms and a wider hallway.
Plans proposed for Lindale High School Cafeteria Expansion
If the community chooses to pass bonds, 70% more seats will be added to the cafeteria and a new kitchen will be built.
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