The Friendswood Independent School District might soon call for a bond election to fund maintenance and projects to handle growth, depending on the recommendations of an advisory committee that will begin meeting in September.

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John Cole

Fellow Friendswood Voters, I suggest voting NO to this financial confiscation proposal by the city of Friendswood. For example, the city already has more buildings than it knows what to do with them. These increased tax proposals are a WASTE of Our Taxpayer Money. The Debt should be eliminated First. Debt Servicing is becoming Higher with each Confiscation proposal. Dr. John Cole

Mary Gillespie

The city and schools are completely seperate entities. There is no overlap in their funding or governance.

Mark Smith

There is no apartment complex coming to Friendswood. I have this on good authority.

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