AMARILLO, Texas (KVII) — The Amarillo College Board of Regents voted Friday, Feb. 15, to place a Master Plan bond measure on the May 4, 2019 ballot, according to an AC news release.
The bond, set at $89.206 million, will support projects and initiatives that have been identified through a yearlong master planning process. The regents' decision to go forward with the bond vote was unanimous, according to the news release.
According to the AC release, AC contracted with Parkhill, Smith, and Cooper to help develop a master plan for all seven of the campuses.
Through this study, the group identified seven areas for the college to focus:
If passed in May, the measure will increase property taxes on a home with an assessed valuation of $100,000 for six years, with a maximum amount of $40 per year, according to the release.