NEW YORK – Voters in Alaska appear to have approved $997.2 million of bonding, with the latest results showing 62% approved the $600 million Proposition A, which would provide funds for veteran residential mortgages and 59% in favor of Proposition B, which will provide $397.2 million of bonds for library, educational and research facilities.
In Texas, the San Antonio Independent School District received voter permission to float $515 million of bonds for renovations and technology updates, according to preliminary results. Voters in the Judson ISD were not as compliant, rejecting all three proposals, a total of $198.8 million of bonds. The vote on Katy ISD’s $459.8 million of bonds seemed headed for victory, with nearly 52% of the vote, according to the latest results. In Midland County, it seems voters rejected a $375 million bond issue that would have been used to create a fresh water supply district. The Cypress Waters Municipal management District approved the sale of $180 million bonds.