The city of Kyle is kicking off a series of five virtual open houses geared toward informing voters about the upcoming $37 million bond election for a new public safety center.
The bond proposal seeks voter approval for Proposition A to finance the construction of a public safety center that will support the growing community. In light of COVID-19, the city has decided to defer any tax rate impact as a result of this bond until October 2021.
Information from the city states the virtual open houses will be held from 7-8 p.m. every Thursday evening from Sept. 17 through Oct. 8 and on Oct. 13.
“All open houses will present on the proposed Public Safety Center at the beginning of the event and allot time for attendees to ask questions at the end,” the release states.
Each open house will be held on Zoom with passcode 2020:
Sept. 17 - Zoom Link - Webinar ID: 976 8015 2699
Sept. 24 - Zoom Link - Webinar ID: 926 2839 7701
Oct. 1 - Zoom Link - Webinar ID: 943 8608 5201
Oct. 8 - Zoom Link - Webinar ID: 993 3800 6811
Oct. 13 - Zoom Link - Webinar ID: 922 4148 4630
Virtual open houses for $37 million Kyle Public Safety Center election to run through October
The bond proposal seeks voter approval for Proposition A to finance the construction of a public safety center. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)