In 1997, Westside voters approved a $27 million bond to renovate Westside High School.
On a $150,000 home, a taxpayer will pay approximately $13.17 per month of additional taxes.
The bonds will be spent on physical and functional building needs at all 10 of the elementary school buildings, Westside Middle School, and other district buildings.
Functional needs include improving ADA accessibility, establishing secure entrances, and updating severe weather shelters.
Physical needs include the replacement of some buildings, and updating building systems, such as heating/cooling systems, plumbing, electrical systems, roofing, windows, and repair/replacement the exterior building envelope.
The last election to renovate elementary buildings was in 1961.
The bond resolution is for $79.9 million.