AUSTIN (KXAN) - The Austin Independent School District will leave the fate of a new bond proposal in voters' hands Monday.
AISD Trustees approved the bond measure which voters will begin casting early votes for this week.
The $892,245,000 bond would position funds for maintaining existing facilities as well as money to build or renovate schools.
According to trustees the decision to approve the bond was based on recommendations from the Citizens' Bond Advisory Commission.
The CBAC had been working with administrators on identifying critical safety, security, technology and infrastructure needs including renovations and new construction.
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