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8/24/04

LISD Bond Election Results

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Here are the results in the $98.8 million LISD Bond Package election.

$98.8 Million LISD Bond Package

Final

For

65%

Against 35%

Total Votes

12889

The bond is broken down into three categories:

  • $18.4 million for technology which will include new computers and educational tools.
  • $24.5 million for capital improvements for school roofs, parking lots, and air conditioning maintenance.
  • $55.8 million for facilities, which includes four high school expansions for the reconfiguration of ninth graders to high school and two new elementary schools.
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