NAVASOTA- On May 10th, people in Navasota will head to the polls to vote on a proposed $60 million school bond issue.
Tuesday night, residents attended a town hall meeting at Navasota High School to hear from the district about the proposed plan.
In Feburary, the school board agreed to put two packages together for the election in May.
Among the proposed changes, major renovations and additions to some of the Navasota schools.
While some residents have complained the plan is too expensive, Navasota superintendent Rory Gesch tells us many believe the changes are a step in the right direction. Gesch says others voiced continued concerns that more clarification is needed on the bond packages.
A candidate forum will be held on Monday, May 5th at Navasota City Hall where school officials will further discuss the proposed changes.
A time for the meeting has not been released.
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