Hatch Valley Public Schools voters approve bond measure

Damien D. Willis
Las Cruces Sun-News
People vote at the Las Cruces City Hall on Election Day in Doña Ana County on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021.

LAS CRUCES - Voters in the Hatch Valley Public Schools district on Tuesday voted overwhelmingly to approve the district’s general obligation bond.

The district’s “General Obligation School Bond” question asks voters if they want HVPS to be authorized to issue bonds that total up to $1.8 million in order for the district to make renovations to school buildings over the next four years.

The specific projects the $1.8 million in funds were not available as of press time; it was also unclear what impact this would have on residents’ property taxes.

Of the 155 voters, 79 percent supported passage of the bond.

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Damien Willis is a Lead Reporter for the Las Cruces Sun-News. He can be reached at 575-541-5443, or @DamienWillis on Twitter.