VLK Architects,—a school design vendor that made $3.8 million after spending $5,000 promoting a $169 million school bond in 2014—is being greased again with new debt put on the district’s taxpayers.
Drawing a clear contrast between himself and incumbent U.S. Rep. Kay Granger, Chris Putnam is out not just to win but to make waves.
The agency overseeing Fort Worth’s $1.17 billion redevelopment project is directly defying recommendations endorsed by Fort Worth’s mayor and city council.
The agency overseeing Fort Worth’s $1.17 billion redevelopment project hired a federal bureaucrat to replace J.D. Granger.
Legislation passed earlier this year eliminates this exemption and will go into effect on January 1, 2020.
An appeal by Tarrant Regional Water District to Texas Attorney General contradicts the review’s finding that Panther Island’s design phase was completed last year.
West draws a clear contrast between himself and Texas GOP Chairman James Dickey while calling out Republican Leaders’ purple session in the race for party chairmanship.
In addition to approving 9 of the proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution, voters in Tarrant County also approved over $2.7 billion in new taxpayer debt. Voters in the Azle school district are the one bright exception, where they soundly rejected their proposed $79.8 million bond.
In addition to approving 9 of the 10 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution, voters in Denton County also approved over $2 billion in new taxpayer debt.
Vendors who profited off of taxpayer debt from Keller school district’s 2014 bond have reappeared in this year’s bond election. They are also financial backers of the Keller ISD Education Foundation.