UPDATE: Grapevine’s $24.7 million bond election passes

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Update: Results from the Nov. 7 Grapevine bond election show all three bond propositions passed. Here are the results with all precincts reporting:

Proposition A: Animal shelter
For: 81.02 percent,2,843 votes
Against: 18.98 percent, 666 votes

Proposition B: Fire Stations No. 2 and 3
For: 87.89 percent, 3,092 votes
Against: 12.11 percent, 426 votes

Proposition C: Grapevine Golf Clubhouse & Concourse Renovation
For: 50.23 percent, 1,757 votes
Against: 49.77 percent, 1,741 votes

Original post: Here are the early voting results from the Grapevine bond election:

Proposition A: Animal shelter
For: 83.59 percent, 1,559 votes
Against: 16.41 percent, 306 votes

The existing animal shelter, which was built in 1992, would be renovated and expanded. The new shelter would be more than 9,000 square feet compared with its current 2,856 feet.

Proposition B: Fire Stations No. 2 and 3
For: 88.98 percent, 1,664 votes
Against: 11.02 percent, 206 votes

New firehouses would be constructed at the corner of Dove Road and Kimball Avenue as well as at Timberline Drive. The Dove location would contain a backup dispatch center for the city, and the Timberline location would include a larger facility for life-saving equipment. Both stations will include restrooms to accommodate both male and female firefighters.

Proposition C: Grapevine Golf Clubhouse & Concourse Renovation
For: 53.79 percent, 1,001 votes
Against: 46.21 percent, 860 votes

The golf center would be made into a multipurpose facility that would include a banquet hall meeting space and restaurant, as well as a clubhouse, a prop shop, a locker room and associated amenities.

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Miranda Wilcox

Miranda has been in the North Texas area since she graduated from Oklahoma Christian University in 2014. She reported and did design for a daily newspaper in Grayson County before she transitioned to a managing editor role for three weekly newspapers in Collin County. Now she's in Tarrant County, mostly, and has been an Impacter since 2017 as the editor of the Grapevine/Colleyville/Southlake edition.

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