May 5 Dripping Springs Elections


May 5 Election Results

Prior to the election, DSISD Superintendent Dr. Bruce Gearing appeared in a number of community meetings to explain the bond proposal and answer questions from the audience.  CENTURY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN PACHECO


The election results are in with Dripping Springs voters approving all three propositions before them on May 5.

The biggest money ticket item this election, the DSISD $132 million bond proposal, passed narrowly at 50.47% in favor, with 49.53% against.  This paves the way for the expansion of Dripping Springs High School to 2,500 students, construction of two new elementary facilities, and the conversation of the current Walnut Elementary into administrative space for the district.

Both Emergency Service Districts also received approval from the voters for the sales tax proposals. 

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