Early voting starts Monday in CCCCSD Bond, State Constitutional Amendments election

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Early voting starts Monday in CCCCSD Bond, State Constitutional Amendments election
Early voting starts Monday in CCCCSD Bond, State Constitutional Amendments election

Early voting begins Monday in the Nov. 5 election.

Items on the ballot include a $33.8 million bond for renovations and additions to Ozona High School.

Also on the ballot is 10 proposed State Constitutional Amendments.

Early voting will run from Monday, Oct. 21, to Friday, Nov. 1, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., including the noon hour, at the courthouse annex.

Election Day voting will run from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. at Precinct 1 - Crockett County Courthouse Annex; Precinct 2 - Crockett County Senior Center; Precinct 3 - Crockett County Civic Center; Precinct 4 - Ozona Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center.

The last day to request a ballot by mail is Oct. 25. Requests can be made at the Crockett County Clerk’s Office. The ballot must be received by 7 p.m. Nov. 5.

In Texas, you are required to bring a valid form of ID with you to the polls.

There are seven forms of ID you can use: a Driver’s License, a U.S. passport, a U.S. military photo ID, a Texas Personal Identification card, a photo U.S. citizenship certificate, or a Texas Election Identification Certificate.

If you do not have a photo ID or cannot reasonably obtain one, you may still vote upon signing a form and presenting an original copy of your Voter Registration Card, certified birth certificate, current utility bill, bank statement, government check, or paycheck with your name and address on it.

The $33.8 million bond will be for renovation and addition to OHS that includes:

• All new academic classrooms, science labs, a commons area with a new cafeteria and kitchen, and new library in a new academic building that will be constructed between the Heritage Building and the existing Main Building.

• Demolish the current OHS Main Building and replace it with a new band hall and career and technology education classroom space. Superintendent Raul Chavarria said the cost to tear down the building is cheaper than to renovate. Plus, the current classrooms in the main buildings are small than what Texas Education Agency standards recommends.

• Renovate the current OHS Auditorium and expand and widen the stage for oneact play competitions and community events. The band hall will be located behind the stage area for band performances.

• New welding lab where the current OHS Cafeteria is located. The cafeteria building will be demolished.

• Demolish the current Administration Building and renovate the current library building into the new Administration Building.



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