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Sports Complex and Natatorium City of Laredo Proposition 1 and Proposition 2 Election Schedule October 6: Last Day to Register to Vote October 20: First Day of Early Voting

October 24: Last Day to Apply for Ballot By Mail October 31: Last Day of Early Voting November 4: Election Day Sports Complex Sports Complex plexictures

Sports Complex Facts Sports Complex Project Scope Sixteen Ball Fields: eight (8) baseball fields, four (4) softball fields, four (4) youth fields Twenty-one (21) tennis courts Parking and other amenities Sports Complex Funding Total Project Cost Estimate: $25 Million

TAMIU Land Estimate: $10 Million Project Estimate: $15 Million to be funded from contractual obligations supported by the Sports Venue Sales Tax, contingent upon approval by local voters--see Proposition #1 below. Sports Complex Location Texas A&M International University (TAMIU), 5201 University Blvd, Laredo, Texas.

Sports Complex CITY OF LAREDO Proposition #1 not being a new tax Authorizing the City of Laredo to finance a sports complex venue project to be located on the campus of Texas A&M International University and the related infrastructure and the maintenance and operation thereof and to authorize the use of the existing sales and use tax levied at the rate of one-fourth of one percent (as approved by the voters on August 12, 2000 and re- approved by the voters on November 4, 2008, not being a new tax) for the purpose

of financing the venue project in addition to the venue projects previously approved on August 12, 2000 and November 4, 2008. Contacts City of Laredo Jessica L. Newsome, Executive Assistant to the City Manager, City of Laredo, 956-791-7304, [email protected]

http://www.laredotexas.gov/Elections/ elections_2014.html Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) Candy Hein, Vice President for Institutional Advancement, TAMIU, 956-326-2388, [email protected]

Natatorium Natatorium Natatorium Natatorium Facts Natatorium Project Scope UIL regulation heated swimming pool with 10 -12 lanes each at least 25

(or possibly 50) meters Separate diving area for UIL diving Separate adaptive pool for special needs students Offices for UISD coaching staff Office for City of Laredo staff Swimming scoring and timing system with display Weight room for UISD swim teams Lockers, restroom, and showers for UISD teams Lockers, restrooms, and showers for public Conference Room to manage meets and serve as tutorial area for UISD teams

Courtyard outside for teams and public that will alleviate crowd Bleachers to accommodate 750 spectators Storage rooms to accommodate 4 UISD teams and facility equipment Lobby, foyer, front desk area Concession area Natatorium Facts contd Natatorium Funding

Total Project Cost Estimate: $10 Million UISD Funding: $7 Million City of Laredo Proposed Funding Estimate: $3 Million supported by the Sports Venue Sales Tax, contingent upon approval by local voters see Proposition #2 below. Natatorium Location United Independent School District (UISD) Student Activity Complex (SAC) located near Highway 359 and Concord Hills, Laredo, Texas.

Natatorium CITY OF LAREDO Proposition #2 not being a new tax Authorizing the City of Laredo to finance a natatorium venue project to be located at the United Independent School District Student Activity Complex on Highway 359 and Concord Hills and the related infrastructure and the maintenance and operation thereof and to authorize the use of the existing sales and use tax levied at the rate of one-fourth of one percent (as approved by the voters on

August 12, 2000 and re- approved by the voters on November 4, 2008, not being a new tax) for the purpose of financing the venue project in addition to the venue projects previously approved on August 12, 2000 and November 4, 2008. Contacts City of Laredo Jessica L. Newsome, Executive Assistant to the City Manager, City of Laredo, 956-7917304, [email protected] http://www.laredotexas.gov/Elections/

elections_2014.html UISD Eduardo Zuniga (financing), 956-473-6201 Enrique Rangel (construction), 956-4736201 Sunset Pools / Williams Architects / Aquatics Excellence Team, Consultant for District Wide Natatorium Facility Election Schedule

October 6: Last Day to Register to Vote October 20: First Day of Early Voting October 24: Last Day to Apply for Ballot By Mail October 31: Last Day of Early Voting November 4: Election Day

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