Tyler ISD reviews $160.5 million bond before May election

Tyler ISD reviews $160.5 million bond before May election
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POSTED: Tuesday, April 9, 2013 - 7:26pm

UPDATED: Wednesday, April 10, 2013 - 5:54pm

Tyler ISD held a meeting Tuesday night at St. Louis Baptist Church to discuss the 'Bond 2013' with the community before the May election.

A bond that will be on the May 11th ballot.

Tyler ISD Superintendent, Gary Mooring speaking about building new schools, projects, remodeling, timelines and enrollment.

Dave Stein, Spokesperson for Tyler proud says, it's a good decision to pass the bond because it will create a better learning environment.

"It's great for the kids, it's great for the teachers, it's great for the community, it's just a good to decision," says Dave Stein.

"Well the board of trustees called for a May Bond Election to ask voters to whether or not to approve a 160.5 million dollar bond," says Dawn Parnell, Tyler ISD Communications.

Mark Randall, President of Tyler Proud says, "There are fundamental issues with facilities, the overcrowding, the 164 portables in use in Tyler ISD."

Randall says, the new building will reduce the overcrowding.

A concerned parent, Cedrick Granberry, says he doesn't support the entire bond.

"What's more important is the academic structure of our schools, and plus other things going on district wide," says Cedrick Granberry.

 

 

 

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You can take a gun and break into your neighbors house and steal his money, or you can pass a bond and rob him at the tax office. Does David Stein really believe that, " it's a good decision to pass the bond because it will create a better learning environment or does he understand that these bonds are high interest paper he and his buddies can purchase in an economy which cannot offer what local property taxpayers will have to pay. Once again we're forced fight to keep what we have, vote NO.

Charles, your comment is completely offensive to me. You and I have never met yet you have the audacity to judge me. First of all, the bonds the school will be issuing are very low interest notes. Second, I have no idea who you think my "buddies" are that will be buying these bonds and Third, if you'd like access to my bank account, I'll be happy to show you what's there, I won't be buying any bonds, never have, just trying to support my family.

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