Hutto City Council to give update on November 2018 bond funds

Voters passed three bond propositions in 2018 totalling $125 million. (Megan Cardona/Community Impact Newspaper)
Voters passed three bond propositions in 2018 totalling $125 million. (Megan Cardona/Community Impact Newspaper)

Voters passed three bond propositions in 2018 totalling $125 million. (Megan Cardona/Community Impact Newspaper)

Hutto City Council will give an update on the state of the November 2018 bond election at the next council meeting Aug. 5. The announcement came after the executive session for the July 15 meeting.

Voters passed three bond propositions in 2018 totaling $125 million. Some $70 million was to be allocated for roadway and drainage improvement projects, $50 million for parks projects, and the rest for a communications center for police and emergency services.



Mayor Mike Snyder said the update pertains to the $70 million section of the bond, known as Proposition A. That part of the bond took focus during council’s June 17 meeting, when officials discussed a need for more funding for the original Live Oak Street reconstruction project.

By Megan Cardona

Reporter, Round Rock, Pflugerville-Hutto

Megan is the Hutto reporter for Community Impact Newspaper's Round Rock and Pflugerville-Hutto editions. In 2020, she graduated with a degree in communication from UT-Arlington, where she worked at the student newspaper, The Shorthorn, for two years covering student affairs, campus administration and the city of Arlington.



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