May 28, 2022

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Klein ISD voters turn down new stadium, events center; approve new schools

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Klein ISD called for a bond election during their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022. The bond proposes funding for numerous new projects including new buildings and equipment, and a new sports stadium.

Klein ISD called for a bond election during their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022. The bond proposes funding for numerous new projects including new buildings and equipment, and a new sports stadium.

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Klein ISD voters approved new schools, renovations and technology but turned down proposals for a new events center and football stadium in Saturday’s election, according to unofficial returns

Proposition A, which includes including a new intermediate school, facility updates and renovations, and upgrades for academic, arts and athletic spaces passed with 59 percent in favor. The $843.84 million also will bring safety and security improvements, all projects to address rapid growth in the district.

Proposition B includes $51.51 million to purchase new student and teacher devices, and new classroom instructional technology for every school. It passed with 59 percent in favor.

Propositions to build a new football stadium and events center failed.

Fifty-two percent of voters were against Proposition C, which included $131.325 million to construct a new district events center with indoor seating for more than 8,000

Proposition D, which proposed $75.19 million for a new district-wide stadium as well as renovations for Klein Memorial Stadium fell with 53 percent voting against the measure.

Vote counts as of 11 a.m. Sunday, 465 of 465 voting centers reporting:

Prop A

For: 10,718

Against: 7,427

Prop B

For: 10,718

Against: 7,408

Prop C

For: 8,758

Against: 9,340

Prop D

For: 8,424

Against: 9,669



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