Edinburg Voters to Decide on $220M Bond for School District
EDINBURG – Voters will be heading to the polls this weekend.
In Edinburg, voters will decide on a $220 million bond issuance for the city’s school district, which would mean a 4 cent tax increase for Edinburg property owners.
This bond is causing debate among residents.
Some believe the city is already getting enough taxes; others believe it is a small percentage going towards major improvements.
If approved, the money would be used for school renovations, additions and even two career technology centers.
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