McKINNEY (Sept. 30, 2015) — The McKinney Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors have carefully considered each of the propositions on the upcoming City of McKinney general obligation bond election, to be held Tuesday, Nov. 3 and feel that each are important for the long-term growth of McKinney. They are encouraging voters to vote “For” the entire 2015 McKinney bond package.
The following propositions are included:
- Prop 1: $64,095,920 for Streets Projects
- Prop 2: $50 Million for Airport Improvements
- Prop 3: $22.5 Million for Public Safety Facilities
- Prop 4: $11.7 Million for Municipal Building Improvements
- Prop 5: $10 Million for a Downtown Parking Structure
- Prop 6: $2 Million for Flood Protection
- Prop 7: Revoke $13 Million Park Bond Capacity
Details of each proposition can be found at mckinneytexas.org/bond2015.
Early voting will be held Oct. 19-30. If you are unsure if you are registered, need to register or change your address visit mckinneytexas.org/vote.
New this year, voting will be allowed at ANY Collin County Vote Center during Early Voting and on Election Day. A complete listing can be found at collincountytx.gov/elections/.
McKinney Polling Locations and Hours
|Vote Centers||Address||Dates and Hours|
|Collin County Elections Office
(Main Early Voting Location)
|2010 Redbud Blvd., Ste. 102||Early Voting
Central Park Campus
|2200 W. University Dr.|
Higher Education Center
|3452 Spur 399|
|John & Judy Gay Library||6861 W. Eldorado Pkwy.|
|McKinney Fire Station #7||861 Independence Pkwy.|
|Old Settler’s Recreation Center||1201 E. Louisiana St.|
|McKinney Performing Arts Center||111 N. Tennessee St.||Oct. 19-23 ONLY
8 a.m. to 5 p.m
|Dowell Middle School||301 Ridge Rd.||Not available
for Early Voting
|Dr Pepper StarCenter
at Craig Ranch
|6993 Stars Ave.|
|Eldorado Country Club||2604 Country Club Dr.|
|McKinney Senior Recreation Center||1400 S. College St.|
|Stonebridge United Methodist Church||1800 S. Stonebridge Dr.|
About the McKinney Chamber of Commerce
The McKinney Chamber of Commerce is an advocate for the McKinney business community and proudly serves as the unified business voice of McKinney. The Chamber, which celebrated its Centennial in 2014, represents over 40,000 employees from more than 1,200 business investors in McKinney and throughout the North Texas region. With a rich heritage of leadership and collaboration, the Chamber works in concert with the City of McKinney, community partners and the corporate community to promote, advocate for and expand business. Through McKinneyChamber.com, McKinneyOnline.com and associated Facebook pages and Twitter feeds, the McKinney Chamber markets the community’s advantages as the foremost location for doing business and to keep a growing community connected.