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Round Rock voters approve all four City bond propositions - City of Round Rock

Round Rock voters approve all four City bond propositions

Preliminary totals for voting on the City’s bond propositions have been posted by the Williamson County Elections Division. With 60 of 60 vote centers reporting, all four propositions have a significant majority of votes in favor.

  • Prop. 1 — $16.5 million for Fire Department facilities, 77 percent for, 23 percent against
  • Prop. 2 — $56.5 million for parks and recreation purposes, 57 percent for, 43 percent against
  • Prop. 3 — $23.2 million for library facilities, 60 percent for, 40 percent against
  • Prop. 4 — $27.4 million for police and fire training facilities, 64 percent for, 36 percent against

Election results will not be final until they are canvassed at a City Council meeting. Results must be canvassed between Nov. 13-18.




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