The Navasota ISD’s about to get a much needed make-over, thanks to the overwhelming support from district voters this month to issue infrastructure maintanence and repair bonds.
NISD Superintent Dr. Stu Musick says that a lot of people doing a lot or work made that happen. He says he’s pleased both with the big turn-out, and the little more than a two-to-one approval at the ballot box.
Now triggers two things, Musick goes on; the first is the issuance of the bonds themselves, which will begin in February, and then the other part on our end is to sit down with the architect and project manager to see what needs to happen when to make these projects happen.
And that, Musick tells Navasota News, is where a lot of triage’ll need to take place.
Dr. Musick estimates it’ll take from two years to two-and-a-half, or maybe even three years to complete all the pending work, depending a lot upon how well Mother Nature cooperates.
And while saying it’s a little early to know either the denominations or interest rates of the bonds themselves, Musick promises that just as soon as that information is available he’ll pass it on to us, and we’ll pass it on to you, here on Navasota News.