Alief Independent School District has called a bond election for Saturday, May 9.
The $341 million bond would cover updates to safety and security on campuses throughout the district; transportation improvements; and construction of a career center and additional classrooms for full-day pre-kindergarten, among other projects.
A taxpayer living in a home valued at $100,000 that qualifies for a homestead exemption would see an estimated increase of $72.25 per year or $6.02 per month after all the bonds have been issued. Senior citizens (65 or older) whose property taxes are frozen would not see an increate in their property taxes.
April 9 is the last day to register to vote in the bond election. Early voting begins April 27 at the AISD administration building. On election day, voting will take place from 7 AM to 7 PM at the administration building for north precincts, at Olle Middle School for south precincts, and at O’Donnell Middle School for west precincts.
For more information, see the district’s site here.