Plano voters approve $45M in bond propositions


Plano voters approved all three city bond propositions, totaling nearly $45 million in funding for street, parks and municipal facilities projects, in the May 4 election.

Proposition A, the largest of the three propositions at $18.8 million, received the most support from Plano voters. The funds will pay for repairs on residential streets and alleyways, as well as arterial roadways.

Other projects to receive funding include roofing replacements at the city aquatic center and two city libraries, as well as nearly $10 million for community and neighborhood parks.

For a full breakdown of all three propositions, see our list below:

Proposition A: $18.8 million

$11.4 million: residential street and alley repair

$7.4 million: Arterial concrete repair

Proposition B: $17.9 million

$5.9 million: community parks

$3.8 million: neighborhood parks

$3.2 million: lighting replacements

$2.4 million: park restrooms

$1.3 million: trail replacement

$935,000: Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center pump room

$500,000: Plano Aquatic Center roof replacement

Proposition C: $8 million

$5.8 million: Parkway operations and fleet service center revitalization

$600,000: Davis Library roof replacement and weatherproofing

$600,000: Harrington Library roof replacement

$500,000: Fire Station No. 5 building revitalization

$275,000: Animal shelter parking expansion

$250,000: Fire Station No. 2 roof replacement

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Gavin Pugh
Gavin got his chops as a reporter when he was editor-in-chief of the Baylor Lariat. He graduated with a degree in journalism from Baylor University and has since come on board as the reporter for Community Impact Newspaper's Plano edition. His beat includes transportation, Plano ISD and municipal government.
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