With all precincts reporting, San Marcos CISD has voted for a $166.19 million bond.
The uncanvassed vote count for each proposition are as follows:
Proposition A: 1,866 for, 530 against
Proposition B: 1,558 for, 842 against
Proposition C: 1,228 for, 1,164 against
Proposition D: 1,232 for, 1,158 against
According to the district’s financial consulting firm Tijerina, Galvan, Lawrence LLC, the bond will increase the property tax rate by $0.0426.
Proposition A authorizes the San Marcos CISD to purchase average daily attendance credits from the Texas Education Agency with local tax revenue, also known as recapture.
Proposition B funds will go toward a new Mendez K-8 campus, school renovations, technology, transportation and safety infrastructure.
Proposition C will fund replacing the turf at Rattler Stadium and Proposition D will fund a natatorium.
Posted May 6 at 8:30 p.m.
Early voting results for the May 6 election show approval for San Marcos CISD’s bond propositions totaling $166 million.
The last time the district called a bond was in 2017 for $107.3 million for additional classrooms at several elementary schools, technology and security infrastructure, transportation, and one new elementary school.
The propositions are as follows:
- Proposition A: Attendance credit election
- Proposition B: Districtwide school improvements
- Proposition C: Turf replacement
- Proposition D: Natatorium
If the bond passes, San Marcos residents would see an increase in their property tax rate by $0.0426.
All results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide to see results from all elections in your community.