Barbers Hill ISD trustees voted Monday night to hold an election in November, asking voters for the right to issue $60 million in bonds to finance “the construction, renovation, acquisition and equipment of school buildings and purchase of school buses.”

The good news is that it won’t take a tax increase to pay for it, district officials said.

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