Voters in College Station ISD could be asked to approve four bond issues this November, totaling $83 million dollars.
CSISD board members will decide next month what to do with the list of recommendations presented Tuesday night by a 20 member committee.
Board members were told there would be no tax rate increase if voters approved all 26 projects.
There is one new building, an eight million dollar agriculture complex. CSISD chief financial officer Amy Drozd says it has not been determined if land the district currently owns would be the right location.
The proposed ag building had the support of a College Station Middle School student, Caitlin Smith, who spoke to the board before the committee’s recommendations were presented.
The board learned from consulting architect Ken Hutchins about the state law which requires four separate propositions.
That includes a $3 million dollar renovation of CSISD’s natatorium, $4.3 million to renovate and expand Consolidated High School’s fieldhouse, $4.5 million to buy personal technology devices, and a general proposition of $70.6 million dollars.
Click below for comments from Caitlin Smith, Amy Drozd, and Ken Hutchins from the June 15, 2021 CSISD school board meeting.