CONROE, Texas – Results from Tuesday night's election showed voters are in favor of one of Conroe Independent School District's two proposed bond packages after voters failed to pass a proposed package in May.
Neither of the propositions will result in a tax increase for property owners, according to the school district.
Proposition A in the bond referendum focuses on the allocation of $653.5 million in funds toward the growth of the Conroe Independent School District, including new schools and facilities, renovations to existing campuses, security, transportation and support services and land.
Proposition B, will allocate $23.8 million toward turf field conversions on several campuses.
The school district said projections show no impact on property owners' tax rate at least until 2022. You can see the full contingency plan here.
See how Conroe residents voted: