Millsap & Aledo School District Tax Measures (November 2009)

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The Millsap & Aledo School District Tax Measures appeared on the November 3 ballot in Parker County for voters in those school district areas.[1][2]

The Millsap school district sought to add an additional 13 cent on local property taxes and was proposed to help pay for maintenance and operational expenses the school district incurred. District officials stated that they needed the money in order to keep up with the changes in the economy and keep the students up to standards in education. The measure was defeated.

Millsap School District Tax
Result Votes Percentage
Defeatedd No 311 56%
Yes 244 44%
Total votes 555 100.00%
Voter turnout n/a%

The Aledo school district sought to approve a 12.5 percent increase in maintenance and operations taxes in order to compensate for the reduced funding rate. This was not meant to actually increase the areas residential taxes, just reallocate the taxes that were being paid to the school district. The measure was defeated.[3]

Public Safety Bond
Result Votes Percentage
Defeatedd No 1,027 56.6%
Yes 788 43.4%
Total votes 1,815 100.00%
Voter turnout n/a%

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