Voters in the Lewisville (Texas) district have approved a $697 million proposition that will pay for new schools, renovations, technology updates and land purchases. It also includes an additional natatorium, high school stadium and career center. But a $79 million plan that called for building a special events center narrowly failed.
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FROM FEBRUARY 2008: The Lewisville (Texas) district is asking voters to approve a $776 million bond package on May 10. Proposition 1 for $697 million includes money for new schools, maintaining and renovating older ones, updating technology and purchasing land. It would also include an additional natatorium, high school stadium and career center. A second proposition seeks $79 million to build a special events center.
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