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Voters in favor of all 6 city bond propositions

SAN ANTONIO – The fate of six city bond issues was put in the hands of San Antonio voters Saturday, and they decided they favored all of them.

People voted in favor of Proposition 1, which calls for issuing bonds in the amount of $445,263,000 for streets, bridges and sidewalk improvements.

Residents also voted in favor of Proposition 2, which calls for issuing bonds in the amount of $138,988,000 for drainage and flood control improvements.

People in San Antonio, likewise said yes to Proposition 3, which calls for bonds in the amount of $187,313,000 for parks and recreation and open space improvements; Proposition 4, which calls for bonds in the amount of $24,025,000 for library and cultural facilities improvements; Proposition 5, which calls for bonds in the amount of $34,411,000 for public safety facilities improvements; and Proposition 6, which calls for bonds in the amount of $20 million for funding the costs of and implementing the city’s urban renewal plan.


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