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Midland School Bond Narrowly Rejected by Voters

Controversy Grows Over Midland School Bond

With voting underway on a $569 million school bond for the Midland Independent School District, tension between those on both sides of the proposal has grown. The property-tax-supported debt would be spent constructing two new high schools, repurposing the former Lee...
Midland School Board to Vote on $569M Bond

Midland School Board to Vote on $569M Bond

Midland’s school district facility planning committee presented their final bond proposal to the school board at a total cost of $569 million. With the passage of House Bill 3—which included funds to lower school property taxes—the Maintenance and Operating portion of...
Midland School Board to Vote on $569M Bond

Midland ISD 2016 Tax Ratification Election

Midlanders head to the polls September 21st through October 4th to cast their ‘early’ vote for or against an MISD-led property tax increase; the Special Election Day is October 8th. Under state law a school district must gain voter approval (in the form of a Tax...
Midland School Bond Election Saga Continues With Recount

Midland School Board Calls for More Taxes

Increased property valuations in Midland won’t be the only thing to blame for the spike in your next property tax bill. On Monday, Midland ISD (MISD) Trustees took the first step in initiating a tax ratification election for the fall that, if passed, will raise the...
Midland County and School Board Talk Taxes

Midland County and School Board Talk Taxes

In the petroleum-rich town of Midland, TX, the fluctuation of oil prices and population numbers weigh heavily on property tax-dependent entities, such as the school district and county. With last year’s dip in oil prices and the subsequent effect on mineral valuations...