FORT MILL TOWNSHIP — The Fort Mill School Board voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a $54 million bond resolution aimed at alleviate overcrowding by expanding the districts two high schools and building a new elementary school.
The next step is making a case to voters to approve the bond sale in a referendum scheduled for April 30.
A bond referendum committee presented its recommendation for the bond referendum question at last weeks school board meeting. The committee recommended a single question bond referendum that asks voters to approve a $54 million bond that will fund building a new Riverview Elementary School on property the district already owns and expand Nation Ford and Fort Mill high schools.
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