The McKinney Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors voted to support the upcoming Collin College $600 million bond proposal.
Collin is a key partner for the McKinney Chamber as they are vital to ensuring a skilled workforce for our business community. The College has recently adopted a master plan that maps our the vision for Collin in the coming years. Their goal is to provide the programs and training that is needed from current and future employers.
The Board fully supports their plan as they see Collin’s growth a vital component to continuing McKinney’s vibrant future.
The bond package would include several new campuses throughout the county including one in Farmersville, Celina and Wylie. It also includes the public safety training facility as well as a technical center. According to Collin President Neil Matkin, the district would be able to handle the $600 million bond without having to raise taxes.
The Chamber is encouraging voters to vote for the bond on May 6.