The message that Austin school district voters sent in Saturday’s school bond election is that they are are still willing to invest in public schools, but they look closely at the details.
“The people have spoken. We need to listen,” said John Blazier, volunteer leader of the effort to pass the $892 million bond issue. “I just pray that we as a community can come together and agree on how we’re going to address the needs of our children in public education. We have to build a consensus.”
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