Clear Creek Independent School District’s proposed tax rate won’t change despite a $487 million bond votes approved in May, district officials said.

The proposed tax rate for 2017-2018 will remain unchanged with $1.04 allocated for maintenance and operations and $0.36 for interest and sinking.

During the 2017 Clear Creek ISD bond program election process, the district anticipated an increase of 35 cents on the interest and sinking tax rate for the year to support the $487 million bond proposal. However, the district will not have to increase the tax rate this year to pay debt associated with the bond program due to rising property values, officials said.

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