UPDATE: Highland Village’s $7.15 million bond passes

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Update: Proposition A: street improvements
For: 88.66 percent, 813 votes
Against: 11.34 percent, 104 votes

Proposition B: parks and recreation improvements
For: 75.96 percent, 695 votes
Against: 24.04 percent, 220 votes

Original Post: Here are the early voting results for Highland Village’s $7.15 million bond election:

Proposition A: street improvements
For: 90 percent, 360 votes
Against: 10 percent, 40 votes
Highland Village conducts a Pavement Condition Inventory Survey to determine the priority of streets that need repairs, overlays or full replacement. The streets to be addressed in this proposition have reached the end of their life cycle and are in need of full reconstruction.
Streets in the proposition include: Rosedale Street, Ranier Court, Catesby Place, Rockland Drive, Hickory Ridge Drive, Oak Forest Drive, Winding Creek Drive, Dickinson Drive, South Clearwater Drive, Scenic Drive, North Clearwater Drive, Springway Drive, Mockingbird Drive, Post Oak Drive, Pecan, Raintree Drive, Greensprings Street, Duvall, Baird Circle, Donna Circle, Savanna Drive and Arbor Court.

Proposition B: parks and recreation improvements
For: 79.15 percent, 315 votes
Against: 20.85 percent, 83 votes
This proposition includes upgrades and improvements to several parks. Potential projects include replacing the Kids Kastle play area in Unity Park; addressing erosion issues and safety concerns at Sunset Point Park; adding 50 parking spaces to the Brazos Park parking lot; making improvements to the ponds at Unity Park; construction of a sidewalk on Highland Village Road from the Municipal Complex to Sellmeyer Lane; and resurfacing the walking track at Victoria Park. Additionally, a section of Unity Park will be redeveloped to add an additional softball field to complement the existing baseball fields.

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Sherelle joined Community Impact Newspaper in July 2014 as a reporter for the Grapevine/Colleyville/Southlake edition. She was promoted in 2015 to editor of the GCS edition. In August 2017, Sherelle became the editor of the Lewisville/Flower Mound/Highland Village edition. Sherelle covers transportation, economic development, education and features.

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