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BOND 2020 | News & Information

What's included in Bond 2020?

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Informational Brochure: Quick Review of Bond 2020 Facts

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School Board calls for Bond Election | Feb. 10, 2020

The G-PISD School Board voted in favor of holding a Bond Election just a few weeks after receiving a recommendation to proceed from the community-based Facilities Steering Committee on January 20, 2020. Following the committee's recommendation, Board Members discussed and finalized the list of Bond projects (seen below) to be funded if a Bond is passed on Election Day (May 2, 2020).

The bond will include two, separate propositions: The first with several projects totaling $98 Million, and the second for Technology totaling $9 Million. This bond requires no tax rate increase. In 2019, the total tax rate was reduced from $1.35 to $1.26, and the District projects further reductions in total tax rate in years to come in part due to industrial development in our area.

More information will be released in the coming weeks regarding all projects, and the community is invited to submit questions to the District by sending an email to bond@g-pisd.org or calling 361-777-1091 ext. 1018.

Items shaded in BLUE above denote projects that have been, are being, or will be initially funded with existing District Maintenance & Operations (M&O) dollars ... but are eligible for reimbursement to the District when/if a Bond Election is passed. This is commonly referred to as the "Reimbursement Resolution" process. There is a limited amount of time that any project may be eligible for reimbursement (18 months from from the time the asset is completed).

**Items with two asterisks (**) are those anticipated to be included as possible bond projects for potential, future bond elections along a five-year cycle for replacement/rotation.

Facilities Steering Committee recommends School Bond | January 20, 2020

Committee Spokeswoman Jennifer Baker made a presentation to the G-PISD Board of Trustees on January 20, 2020, on behalf of the Facilities Steering Committee (FSC) who held meetings to review and discuss potential Bond projects being considered by the School Board. Following those meetings, it was recommended that the Board move forward with a Bond Election in May of 2020. For more information regarding this committee, please visit: www.g-pisd.org/FSC


EMAIL: bond@g-pisd.org

CALL: 361.777.1091, ext. 1018


APRIL 20th - 28th, 2020

All early voting early voting will take place at the Portland Community Center (2000 Billy G. Webb Drive, next to City Hall in Portland, TX).


Monday, April 20, 20207am - 7pm
Tuesday, April 21, 20208am - 5pm
Wed., April 22, 20208am - 5pm
Thurs., April 23, 20208am - 5pm
Friday, April 24, 20208am - 5pm
Monday, April 27, 20207am - 7pm
Tuesday, April 28, 20208am - 5pm


7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

CITY OF GREGORY (PRECINCT 113) will vote in the Community Room of Gregory Housing Authority (103 Granajo St., Gregory, TX 78359).

CITY OF PORTLAND (All other precincts) will vote at the Portland Community Center (2000 Billy G. Webb Dr., next to City Hall in Portland, TX 78374).

BY-MAIL VOTING must be received (not postmarked) no later than Monday, April 20, 2020. Ballot requests can be sent to:

Pamela Hill, Elections Administrator
San Patricio County, Texas
410 West Market St.
P.O. Box 579
Sinton, TX 78387

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