Texas Voters OK Two Bond Questions

Albanese, Elizabeth
February 2001
Bond Buyer;02/27/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31085, p2
Trade Publication
Focuses on suburban school district voters' approval of two Texas-sized bond packages. Construction of school facilities to keep up with fast-growing student populations; Renovation of campuses at the Northside Independent School District near San Antonio, Texas; Northwest Independent School District voters' approval of the largest bond issue in that district's history.


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