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San Jacinto College 11-1-15

Dr. Laura Murillo, President and CEO of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce talks with the chancellor of San Jacinto College, Dr. Brenda Hellyer. Dr. Hellyer goes over some of the finer points in the bond referendum that, if passed, will go a long way towards giving the school some resources it needs. 16 more words


Bond Referendum

We’re moving into the 21st Century with high educational standards designed to meet the demands of a competitive world market and fast-paced advancements with technology. Schools across the country are challenged to implement advanced curricular and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) program initiatives, while in New Jersey they are allowed annual budget growth of no more than 2 percent. 461 more words


Voters Say 'No' to Polk City Recreation Complex

POLK CITY, Iowa — A plan to bring a new aquatic center to town was voted down in Polk City Tuesday.

The bond referendum was for nearly $9 million. 44 more words


Bond Referendum Passes

By: Kris Schneider

After months of planning, the $18.5 million bond has passed in Caldwell and West Caldwell, in a vote of 806-497. The polls were open on Tuesday, December 9.   605 more words


Next steps towards new public safety center

FOREST CITY, Iowa – On Election Day in Winnebago County, voters had the opportunity to cast a “yes” or “no” vote on a bond referendum for a proposed new public safety center. 444 more words


Dallas County Considers Building New Jail to Address 'Growing Pains'

WOODWARD, Iowa — The population of Dallas County has more than doubled over the past 15-years. More people means more crime. So the sheriff says the county needs a new law enforcement office and a new administration building. 256 more words


New referendum set for public safety center

FOREST CITY, Iowa – Winnebago County voters will head back to the polls this November to vote again on a new public safety center.

The county board of supervisors has approved a $4.5 million bond referendum on a 16,444 square foot facility that will include the county sheriff’s office, E9-1-1 emergency management and a 22 bed jail.  71 more words