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9/29/03

Frenship Voters Approve Bond Issue

Frenship Independent School District is now searching for architects and contractors after a $46.8 million bond issue overwhelmingly passed this weekend.

While 1,001 voters supported the bond, only 317 voters opposed it. The passage of the bond means Frenship will build a new middle school, a new elementary school, and new classrooms will also be added to take the place of those trailers that are being used as temporary classrooms.

Frenship ISD Voting Results
A record number of voters turned out for the Frenship Independent School District's $46.8 million bond election.
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But what does the bond mean for you the homeowner? Homeowners in the Frenship school district will see the school tax rate increase from $1.64 to $1.69. For those who own a $100,000 dollar house, your property taxes will increase about $42 a year. It's a $67 increase for a $150,000 house. It's a $92 per year increase for a $200,000 home.

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