Hurst Voters to Consider $16.5 Million Justice Center

Early voting begins April 30

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    Voters will decide in May.

    Hurst voters will head to the polls in May to decided if bond money will be used to build a justice center.

    A proposal would use $16.5 million on the new building that would house both the police department and municipal court.

    Property taxes would go up about 4 cents per $100 of valuation to help fund the new building, the Star-Telegram reported.

    Early voting begins April 30.