Southlake’s open space bond received approval from 57% of voters, according to results of the Nov. 2 election.
The bond would allow the city to use up to $50 million to acquire land for passive green spaces. It was initially planned to be on the May 2020 ballot but was delayed as a result of the pandemic.
This is the city’s first bond since the 1990s. The money from the bond will now allow the city to purchase land for open space without having to return to City Council to negotiate.
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