Bond

Tom Muehlenbeck Center (pictured) is the subject of a $15 million bond proposition

Early voting totals released by Collin County have proven rather favorable for proponents of Plano’s 2021 bond referendum, whose six ballot propositions comprise a total valuation of $364 million.

Propositions A-F have all received majority-affirmative votes so far, although some propositions were presented with more opposition than others. 44.37% of voters, for example, voted against Proposition E, which would have authorized the issuance of a $15 million bond for the renovation of the Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center, while only 22.86% voted against Proposition A’s $231 million allotment for street repairs.

This story is developing, as Election Day results are forthcoming.

Proposition A (Street Improvements - $231 million)

For (77.14% / 17,095)

Against (22.86% / 5,066)

Proposition B (Parks and Rec Projects - $81 million)

For (70.07% / 15,494)

Against (29.93% / 6,619)

Proposition C (Tom Muehlenbeck Center - $15 million)

For (55.63% / 12,131)

Against (44.37% / 9,675)

Proposition D (Public Safety - $27 million)

For (72.50% / 15,811)

Against (27.50% / 5,997)

Proposition E (Municipal Facilities - $5 million)

For (61.13% / 13,216)

Against (38.87% / 8,403)

Proposition F (Library Facilities - $2 million)

For (72.38% / 15,806)

Against (27.62% / 6,032)

You must be logged in to react.
Click any reaction to login.
0
0
0
0
0

Recommended for you

Load comments