TYLER — Tyler Junior College will conduct two town hall meetings to discuss its upcoming $25 million bond election for the purpose of constructing a new nursing and health sciences building. College officials say the meetings will provide the public the opportunity to learn about the proposed project and ask questions.
The TJC Board of Trustees has called for the election within the TJC district for Saturday, May 12. Early voting begins April 30 and concludes May 8. The town hall meetings will take place Thursday, April 19, at the TJC West Campus Skills Training Center, 1530 SSW Loop 323, Room 124; and Tuesday, April 24, in the Family Learning Center at Douglas Elementary School, 1508 N. Haynie. Both meetings are set for 6 p.m.
The TJC tax district comprises properties within the Tyler, Chapel Hill, Lindale, Winona, Grand Saline and Van independent school districts. Portions of the Tyler and Chapel Hill districts are not within the TJC district. You can visit http://www.tjc.edu/bondproposal for more information.