TYLER - The nearly $90 million TISD bond proposal was often a much talked about and sometimes heated debate.
The bond proposal included building a new middle school as well as replacing 2 elementary schools.
They also said the bond would not raise any taxes.
TISD has said the purpose of the bond was student population growth. It's increased more than 100 students each year for the past 5 years.
"People want to know the details and just telling them that it's not going to cost them anything else really doesn't get the message across," said JoAnn Fleming with Grassroots America.
On Wednesday, we spoke to Angela Jenkins with TISD to see where the district is going from here.
"We'll have to sit down and take a look at the details of another proposal and look at our projects and see what we feel the voters would be interested in having and what the community is interested in having and then we'll go from that point," Jenkins said.