We The People Wylie and Murphy challenge school board trustees to rein in spending and property taxes.
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North Texas voters decided key city and school contests in runoff elections Tuesday.
“I cannot begin to tell you how abhorrent and disturbing this comparison is, but what is more disturbing is that no adult within your school thought better before sending this assignment to children.”
School property tax bills still grew for most homeowners, despite state lawmakers passing tax “relief” in 2019.
Metroplex residents voted themselves higher property tax bills by approving most city and school district debt propositions on their May 4 ballots.
Results of May 4, 2019, local elections in Collin County.
Taxed enough already? Higher property tax burdens may be on your May 4 local election ballot in the form of millions in new tax-supported debt.
Wylie residents are already repaying over $600 million in district debt with soaring school property tax bills. Officials say expansions will save taxpayers $91 million compared to cost of new campuses.