Local taxpayers at Frisco Tea Party forums ask tough questions about the school district’s property tax rate “swap” and $691 million bond package, both on the November ballot.
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Collin County Community College District joins other local entities increasing property tax burdens on local residents, after pledging they wouldn’t raise taxes to pay bond debt.
Results of May 5 local elections in Collin, Dallas, Denton, and Tarrant counties.
Local entities across the state are asking voters to approve billions in debt this May.
Ector County officials go back to the drawing board as an $85 million debt proposal for a new courthouse was voted down at Monday’s commissioners court meeting.
If approved, Goose Creek CISD’s latest bond proposal will bring the district’s bond debt over $1 billion.
This year’s elections will be defining for the county’s fiscal future.
From cities to school districts, voters across Harris County have approved millions in debt.
This election cycle MUDs have racked up millions in debt with only a handful of voters involved.
Rather than provide meaningful property tax relief, officials are seeking $1B in new debt while bragging about not raising the tax rate – despite a recognized affordability problem.