South San ISD tax ratification fails to pass, with 57 percent of voters against it

SAN ANTONIO - The South San Independent School District's tax ratification has been struck down by voters.

On Tuesday, the district said 57.36 percent of voters were against the tax ratification.

 

Most of the $6.4 million would have gone toward staff and some would have supported instructional programs.

The election was called because of a budget shortfall due to declining student enrollment. 

 

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