CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Corpus Christi residents voted to pass all four Bond 2022 proposals on the ballot Tuesday night.
The bond, totaled at $125 million, pays for 32 projects addressing streets, public safety, park and library improvements.
Proposition A pays for fixes to major streets such as Alameda, Yorktown Boulevard, Broadway, along with other residential and industrial streets. A total of $92.5 million is allotted to these projects.
Proposition B pays for parks improvements, such as expanding Labonte Park and updating little league fields in District 3. The $20 million also begins the process of designing and planning a new Oso Golf Center Clubhouse and the construction of an aquatic center at Bill Witt Park.
Proposition C covers the costs of designing two police substations and two fire stations at a cost of $10 million.
Proposition D spends $2.5 million on renovating the La Retama Central Library.