From The Austin American-Statesman: The Georgetown (Texas) district has won approval of a $137.3 million bond request. Proposition 1 will provide $90.1 million to construct the second phase of East View High School, renovate the 35-year-old Georgetown High campus, build a 10,000-square-foot central receiving warehouse, modify Frost Elementary School to serve kindergarten through fifth grade and rebuild McCoy Elementary School and use the existing building for administration and training. Proposition 2 will provide $47.2 million for construction of a new elementary school and a new middle school that would open in fall 2013, and to buy land for future schools.
AUGUST 2010...From The Austin American-Statesman: The Georgetown (Texas) Independent School District has placed a $137.3 million bond proposal on the Nov. 2 ballot. The request will be divided into two ballot questions. A $90.1 million bond would provide funds to build the second phase of Georgetown East View High School, renovate Georgetown High and carry out other facility upgrades. A $47.2 million bond would enable the district to build a new middle school and a new elementary school.