All propositions pass in May 4 election

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By KAROLYN GEPHART

All Bond Propositions passed as reported in the unofficial election results from the May 4 election in the City of Pearland.

Proposition A for $28,498,000 for drainage improvements and facilities passed 74.2  percent with 4,302 votes over 1,496 (25.8 percent) against.

Proposition B for $34,816,000 for street improvements passed by 71.79 percent by 4,138 votes  over 1,626 votes (28.21 percent) against.

Proposition C for $2,500,000 for parks and recreation purposes passed by 65.53 percent with 3,777 votes over 1,987 votes (34.47 percent) against.

Proposition D for $12,875,000 for a new animal shelter and adoption center passed by 53.7 percent with 3,095 votes over 2,668 votes (46.3 percent) against.

Proposition E for $1,300,000 for a fire department training burn building passed by 71.6 percent with 4,117 votes over 1,633 votes (28.4 percent) against.

In the council election in Position 1, Derrell Isenberg received 44.51 percent of the votes with 2550 votes; Luke Orlando received 42.14 percent of the votes with 2414 votes; and Jimi Amos received 13.35 percent with 765 votes.

In Position 5, J. David Little received 66.14 percent with 3,580 votes against Sheila Pope who received 33.86 percent with 1,833 votes.

Trent Perez ran unopposed for Position 6 and received 4,485 votes.

Official canvassing of the votes by City Council will take place at 6 p.m. on May 13. At that time, Mayor Tom Reid will issue Certificates of Election  to persons elected and can call runoff elections if needed.

In the Pearland ISD election, three PISD incumbents were re-elected May 4.

Board president Rebecca Decker received 4,024 votes over Dr. Dona Kim Murphey who received 1,524 votes for Position 5.

In Position 6, incumbent Lance Botkin received 3,846 votes to 1.614 votes received by his opponent Joseph Say.

In Position 7, incumbent Jeff Barry defeated Al Lloyd (1,598 votes) and Carmine Petrillo (353 votes). Barry received 3,534 votes.

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