MARLIN, Texas — Marlin ISD is proposing a bond that's worth $32 million and wants voters to decide in November.
According to the district, there will be two proposition to the bond proposal.
Proposition A is valued at $24.5 million dollars. If passed, it would help fund renovations and new construction at Marlin High School, as well as provide school safety and security upgrades at Marlin Elementary and Middle Schools.
Proposition B is valued at $7.5 million. If passed, it would also help fund renovations and new construction at Legion Field. This would include, but not limited to, new turf, track, press box and scoreboard. It will also help renovate restrooms, concession stands, ticket booth and the parking lot, according to the district.
Voters will see the propositions on the November ballot.