LAKE TRAVIS, Texas (KXAN) — Voters in the Lake Travis Independent School District will vote in November on a $703 million bond.

The school board late Wednesday night approved an order to put the bond on the Nov. 8 ballot. It said it would post details on its website about each proposition as well as an itemized list of projects on Thursday.

According to a June 15 bond presentation to the board, the Lake Travis ISD Long Range Facilities Planning Committee made the following recommendations for the bond:

  • New High School – $236,430,617
  • 2 New Elementary Schools – $106,435,047
  • Additions and Upgrades to Lake Travis High School – $84,732,969
  • Campus and District Renovations and Improvements – $166,409,289
  • Facilities Condition Assessment Projects – $38,746,968
  • Technology – $55,245,110
  • Land – $15,000,000

In May, LTISD discussed authorizing contracts for the new schools, two lots in Dripping Springs and one with a Spicewood address. However, this was not discussed further in the June meeting.