On May 4, League City voters overwhelmingly approved two general obligation bonds, something that has not been on a League City ballot since 1992. Proposition A, which calls for $73 million in bonds to fund drainage projects, passed with 2,445 votes for a total of 67.71%. Proposition B, which allocates $72 million in bonds toward road projects, passed with 2,319 votes for a total of 64.35%. Proposition C also passed with 2,224 votes for a 61.74% total. The proposition approves increasing the City’s sales tax rate by 0.25 cents per $1 to its maximum, all of which will go toward funding Props A and B.