Graford Independent School District Superintendent Dennis Holt said he will hold a pair of public meetings to provide information on the Tuesday, Nov. 5, bond election. The first meeting will be held beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, at the school cafeteria, 400 W. Division St., Graford. The second will be held at the same time Tuesday, Oct. 24, at the same location. The GISD Board of Trustees voted to hold a $7.5 million bond election. The proposed bond would be to construct: Athletic facilities: Synthetic track, 700,000; baseball field, $750,000; softball field, $600,000; concession stand, rest rooms, $208,000; weight and training room renovations, $79,345; two varsity locker rooms, $66,275; safety area at locker rooms, $60,000; fencing and parking, $200,000; . Academic facilities: Science classroom, $416,600; kitchen renovations, $685,600. Maintenance: Bus barn, $262,500; wash bay, $80,000; HVAC, 38 5-ton, $285,000; roof, $452,448; parking lots, $310,000; power line relocation, $239,000. Safety and security: New building entrance, $234,000; new entrance, conference area, $169,000; classroom door access, $30,000; building access door hardware, $35,000; building safety renovations, $260,000; cameras, $100,000. Bus, one, $125,000. The balance of the $7.5 million would be in architectural and engineering, contingency and soft costs. Early voting begins Monday, Oct. 21, and continues through Friday, Nov. 1.